Customers who bought this item also bought
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
A group of friends take a camcorder to record their first camping trip. They quickly discover that they aren’t alone when a mysterious creature appears lurking in the woods. As the friends struggle to escape, they are led deeper and deeper into an ever more terrifying conspiracy that pushes the bounds of science. Will they escape with their lives, or will the camcorder footage remain as the only evidence of the experience?
When sold by Amazon.com, this product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
If you don't enjoy shaky cams and FF films, don't watch it. People are leaving bad reviews because they don't like the genre. It's great for what it is.
If that one statement isn't enough for you, then let me tell you what you're in for.
1) The acting isnt bad, its wretched. Staged sobs, over the top testosterone fueled rage dialogue, a friend that could care less about the welfare of another friend. Nothing about this is believable. A story like this hinges on identifying with your characters, and caring about their survival. Within 15 minutes of the start, I was rooting for the creature.
2) Dialogue needs to be believable. The last I checked no realistic boyfriend threatens to brain his girlfriend with a camera because she doesn't want him to go off chasing high pitched screams in the middle of nowhere. And that's just one sterling gem in this pile of.... stuff. If you watch this and aren't convinced the guys hate each other and the women by the first 20 minutes, Ill be amazed.
3) You did not seriously put an ultra light helo kit in there and try to pass it off as military.....
4) There is nothing redeemable about this movie. Nothing. Not even a single boob shot to give it some sort of sad b rated status. Its just wretched acting, wretched writing, wretched camera work, and the post production was apparently done on a laptop with an FX budget of about 20 bucks.
Don't do it to yourself. I'm begging you. Just. Don't.