In 1825, something horrible happened in the Lost Ravine that continues to haunt it today. Fast forward to today as the appearance of a woman dressed in pilgrim clothes begins a journey of terror for a group of friends that get trapped in the Lost Ravine. They are stalked by a force from the past. Courage and the will to survive is tested to the limit as the truth is uncovered.
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Film editing is an essential technique to clarifying and supporting the thematic essence of a particular scene and overall storyline of a film; neither of which is achieved here.
In fact the editing and poor writing only serve to confuse the viewer and any enhancements derived from the seriously flawed employment of these basic essentials only succeed in merely suggesting clarity in an otherwise confusing and convoluted script.
there is an inspiration taken from "The Lord of The Rings" scene wherein the women hide underneath an outcropping to hide from their pursuers, which is a fault only in that this idea is employed to excess and far to obvious to be palatable.
There is no groundwork laid out at all; even a very brief scene providing the circumstances and an explanation of why these people have planned a hike in the woods would have been appreciated.
The lapses in logic and displays of mind boggling incompetent behavior amongst this party of doomed hikers defy comprehension.
They are in a dense forest and nobody has the sense to use a sturdy branch as a hiking staff, there are also rocks which could also be used for protection, a woman draws water from the lowest point of a still stream instead of the highest point of a rapidly flowing river and would surely have accumulated more sediment than drinkable water.
The scantly clad party should have succumbed to a degree of hypothermia and the list of other conveniently overlooked details grows with each passing scene.