Trespassers 2006 NR

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(13) IMDb 3.9/10

On his way to meet his long lost brother in Baja for some big waves and bigger parties, Colin and his buddies leave the tourist traps behind and enter unmarked back roads with darkness descending. Lost and unnerved, they steer through a night of wrong turns and freakish encounters, finally arriving at crashing waves in the morning with no one else to be found. The remains of bloody carnage at a missing surfers' campsite reveals that they've stumbled on evil ground, still cursed by brutalized souls thirsty for blood and now these trespassers have little chance of getting out alive! Starring Michelle Borth (The Sisterhood, Wonderland) and directed by Ian McCrudden (The Big Day, Trailer: The Movie)

Starring:
Michelle Borth, Joleigh Fioreavanti
Runtime:
1 hour 23 minutes

Trespassers

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Genres Horror
Director Ian McCrudden
Starring Michelle Borth, Joleigh Fioreavanti
Supporting actors Alex Feldman, Kaiwi Lyman, Jon Ada, Brendan McIvor Fleming, Annica McCrudden, Skiff Mussara, Joanna Tissell, Mark Gruskin, Tomás Guerrero, Rosa Guerrero, Henry Clay, Alberto Sandoval, Adriana Santoyo, Jose Perez, Juan Alberto Ruiz Cota, Juan Luis Macias, Fernando Garcia, Faustino Osuna
Studio Egami
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Customer Reviews

This film had some some real potential.
Brian G. Ehlert
This time the group is off for a trip to Baja Mexico for some surfing, sex, and alcohol and wind up on a deserted beach.
Tim Janson
The back-story is hackneyed and just dumb, and the half-ast attempts at character development are, well, half-ast.
E. Beckstrom

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bartok Kinski on October 18, 2010
Format: DVD
A group of American surfer imbeciles go to an out-of-the-way beach in Mexico and get harassed by unseen rat people. It's sub-inferior material, but well enough exploited to sit through.

The horrible camera and lighting work (the excess of the movie, and all of the action, was too dark and characterized by a heavy dimness or obscurity, rather than bringing any atmosphere or tension, it was just irritating - literally, often you cannot see what's going on).

The scary scenes were remarkable in having no bloodshed, too fast and murky editing, and the acting, lousy.

I will say, I think it would have worked better as a 30 minute movie, because the story is downright empty-headed, like someone made it up in about 1 day.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By E. Beckstrom on October 23, 2010
Format: DVD
Dreadful. Literally the first 1/3 consists of a bunch of shallow jerks acting like a bunch of shallow jerks. Then one of them bears her breasts for no reason. Then a guy masturbates. Then night arrives and we can't see a thing because everything is so badly under lit, and we have to further guess what's happening because the editing is so choppy. The back-story is hackneyed and just dumb, and the half-ast attempts at character development are, well, half-ast. Calling this movie amateur hour would be an insult to amateurs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Wildrat on June 20, 2013
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This camcorder film is total unadulterated garbage, and that's being nice. The only good scene was the one girl flashing her rack, but that's not even worth the time you would waste on this film. Don't waste your money and don't waste your time if you have prime on this monstrosity.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bindy Sue Frřnkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 14, 2013
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The state of border security is truly pitiful, when groups of idiot surfer-dudes and dudettes can just wander into Mexico whenever they please! These "legals" simply drive across the border, surfboards in tow, looking for isolated beaches to infest. Drawn by "epic waves", these unwanted anglos are taking over! Thankfully, bands of crazed, hungry cannibals await them, since the authorities certainly aren't doing their job! TRESPASSERS is evidence that these folks need to stay home. What makes them think that I want to see a bunch of pale, blond-haired surf-junkies running around loose? Sheesh...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Timo Finan on April 13, 2013
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It had sexy women and good elements of a zombie film. But it lacked something. Maybe a coherent plot. A curse? really? The characters weren't believable. Maybe the gore needed to be stepped up a bit. The filmakers just flashed the bloody bits across a wildly held camera shot. Very annoying film style. The conversation with the local, in spanish. went on too long. Not a complete waste of time.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tim Janson HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 24, 2006
Format: DVD
Trespassers is another one of those typical, wrong place wrong time horror flicks where a good looking group of young friends out to party and have a good time end up dead. This time the group is off for a trip to Baja Mexico for some surfing, sex, and alcohol and wind up on a deserted beach. One of the group disappears, leaving his video camera and they seem him grabbed by something on the tape. This has been used too many times in recent films. In town they group learns about the history of the beach. It was evidently home to some religious nuts at one time. Their leader did an unspeakable act and was killed. Now he's back for revenge on anyone who dares to trespass on his beach.

It's not terribly original which I can live with. What I can't live with his absolutely some of the worst camera work ever scene in a film. Was the camera man drunk or did he just have a nervous tick which caused the shaky, jumpy camera work in many spots. It really made it difficult to watch. The acting was nothing to write home about either as this was strictly amateur hour and it certainly showed. Although look for Clayton Rohner in a bit role. Rohner has a ton of acting credits including the 80's teen comedy, "Just one of the Guys" and 80's slasher flick "April Fools Day". The women in it are pretty hot...they just can't act.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tonia Walker on August 17, 2013
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I liked this movie. It does make you wonder about going somewhere where no one else is around. If I had seen what was seen in this movie, I would definitely be leaving and praying for a way out!
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