Let us be clear ... no matter how much we love someone, there's no way in the world that we'd ever head out into the jungle to try and find them should they become lost. No good could ever come from such an endeavor, but thankfully for horror fans people keep right on trying.
The story, which is penned by Jeff Buhler (The Midnight Meat Train, Insanitarium), tells the story of a woman (Tyler) who goes on a quest into the heart of a Brazilian jungle to save a girl, only to discover that the girl was bait.
Dennison Ramalho is set to get behind the camera in the Amazon jungle in Brazil. Look for more soon!
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