How bad is it? Imagine the "Matrix" filmed by a junior high schooler. Worse than that.
Should you see it? No. There's a small chance that, in 30 years, people will look at this the way that we look at bad 1980's films, though.
This appears to have been an attempt to cash in on "The Matrix." There's cyberpunk and raves and drugs and computer animation and weird fashion. There's little coherent plot or acting, however. In a dystopian future of 2018, corporations run the world by keeping people drugged and they want to reinforce their control with an engineered virus. Then a bunch of annoying characters fill the screen for far too long and eventually it ends. Really - that's the review: images are on the screen.