Three friends discover a camera that shows them visions of the near future. Not long after they start using it for personal gain, they find it increasingly difficult to turn back the clock.
It’s like Shallow Grave-meets-Primer, and while the rules/logic can be hard to keep up with, it does a bang-up job of sucking you in. Rod Serling would be proud.
It’s got a 77% on Rotten Tomatoes.