Not bad at all.
Overview-I can tell that you all have put a lot of effort into this movie, with the voice overs on the guns and ultimately, narration. It starts out in a dark light, but I don't see any relevance of having the introduction start out with the road at night.
General Quality-Obviously rating this would be like a child rating the Blair Witch project; I know nearly nothing about cameras other than SLRs and digital, and it is clear that this was a low budget movie, so professional equipment is out of the question. Given this, I would suggest that after the introduction narration ends with, "They say a lot of things..." you should cut out the road part, or at least clean your damn windshield!
Quality Visual-I'm sure you were shooting for the over dramatic, but in the beginning it just lets on too fast to be taken as a serious film (wink wink.) If you're determined to keep the night driving scene, you have to build up to it with a bit more detail, such as having an overlay, or "flashbacks" of the murders to make the viewer subconsciously say, "oh my god, this is devastating" so that they can fall into the FroNick Trap Of Comedy. There is also a lack of lighting, but I think it has been covered already.
Quality Audio-It is painfully obvious which parts have been voiced over and which ones were not by the faint buzz noise that plagues camcorders today. I'm sure that editing out the noise from it would be too time consuming, but voicing over everything is the only other alternative I can see to improve the quality. I've seen a couple of student made movies regarding this, but yours seems to be overall decent.
The Gun Sounds. They are absolutely perfect for the movie, since they are easily distinguished between each other, not to mention it brings me back to a TS cheat that does the same thing.
The Anal Fissure Cream. This was it, the main spin that told the viewer, they've been punk'd, rick roll'd/rig roll'd, and/or played(FTOC'd). The main thing I liked about it had to be that it was subtle, yet it wasn't. The way it was spoken seemed like it was being taken serious, until you realized what was being said.
The Smiley Faic locations-I always had a spot for people who are given the evidence, and everything to solve it right in front of their faces, and then dismiss it as "unsolvable." I also like the reference to the cherrybomb-mailbox arson a while back. Whoever thought of this part I would like to commend.
The music choices were excellent, but the transitions are a bit hasty. For instance, you have this beautiful violin solo, then it cuts out and another track is played. I would recommend that they overlap just a titch to give it a smooth transition.
The "My Family" title under the photo was a miss. I know it was supposed to be the FTOC, but it was a bit too subtle. Build up to it a little bit more and I'm sure you'll get your desired result.
Overall, it was pretty good. Try to work on the transitions, voice overs, and lighting. Your strong points are that you have a great comedy sense of humor, and a creative twist on the storyline, like how there always seems to be one person that doesn't follow the movie, such as the guy from Snow Wars who pointed out the time, the cameraman from Hay wars at the end, and last, the angry character that Corey shoots at once. Once.
I tried to be as unprejudiced as possible.