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Years later Stacy (Jillian Murray) comes to this area as a retreat from her abusive boyfriend Brad (Jonas Fisch). Unfortunately she mentioned where she was to her drama queen shallow girlfriend Kelly (Deja Kreutzberg). Soon she has company which include Kelly's boyfriend Chris (Timothy Ryan Cole) who supplies us with the voice of reason.
Most horror slashers would stop at this point, but this film develops another character, retired Detective Black (Dave Parke) who is working on the cold case of the disappearance of the prostitute and her daughters. Her sister (Diana Costa) is still alive and wants closure. Also in the woods are two herbalists who use the story to scare people away from the area and their crop.
While there is an abuse theme, the viewer is not overly exposed to it. We briefly see bruises, and Stacy getting pushed to the ground. This aspect was under developed so time could be spent to create complexity. The production is not without plot continuity issues, but then again most horror film have them.
The film interjects light elements from time to time. The acting wasn't bad, but at the same time it doesn't make you take notice. While the film exceeds expectations of a dull "B" slasher, it won't be a classic horror film either. The gore factor is slightly less than a classic slasher,
Parental Guide: F-bombs. No nudity. Couple getting dressed after sex. Soft 4 stars.
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I like the beginning of the movie and the middle, but the end is so terrible and dumb, not recommended at all !!!Published 11 months ago by KAWASAKI
Tom Sizemore never seems to amaze me at how he can create a character and transform himself into that person. Good movie that keeps you watching.Published 16 months ago by V. E. Pushchak
I don't really get the negative press on this film. It is actually a good watch. It's kind of a mix of Friday the 13th and the Hills Have Eyes, but with a more subdued, almost... Read morePublished on April 15, 2014 by John