Now, I'm going to start this review taking one aspect in consideration the most: budget!
Because, such productions need to be evaluated by taking in consideration what little money was available, thus I am going to do just that. Bring Me a Dream was a tough watch most of the time, but I can see that some people knew what they were doing, just didn't have the things they needed at their disposal. The acting overall was amateur, the dialogue as generic and stereotypical as possible, weak deaths that went for far too long accompanied by annoying screams and crying and a game that had no real rules and was frustrating for the viewer as well, not just the characters.
As pluses, I think the effects were well done, the script is smarter and more complex than your usual, they actually tried character development, but it completely backfired, and the ending itself is a homage for this kind of horror, yet I choose not to ruin it for you guys. It ends how you pretty much think it will, just not as good.
So overall, Bring Me a Dream isn't something I would recommend, at all really, but for a project, for someone's start up career, I think it did ok. I don't know anymore, I've seen some amazing indie low budget flicks, so if I am to circle my analysis around the budget, it really got the most of it, but as execution, I saw how much more you can achieve if you put your mind to it.