College athlete Lance and his friend Tom meet Tom's girlfriend Kate and her friend Ashley in a marina to travel on a rented boat on a leisure trip. The Captain brings his navigator and ...
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"I see you friends..." So says an eerie voice in the woods that seems to haunt identical twin brothers, Cory and Connor Sherman and their three friends after they discover a strange stone ... See full summary »
College athlete Lance and his friend Tom meet Tom's girlfriend Kate and her friend Ashley in a marina to travel on a rented boat on a leisure trip. The Captain brings his navigator and first mate Joel and another unexpected passenger, Derek, along on the trip. Soon the boat is stranded and one by one the shipmates are murdered. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
This movie is a fine example of why one person should rarely write, direct, and produce at the same film.
The acting in this film, while not great, is solid throughout and visually there are many instances that look wonderful. The problems start and end with the plot itself. Watching this film you need to totally suspend belief to the level you would expect from watching anime featuring giant robots versus demon swordsman. This is rarely a good thing when watching horror where a touch of realism is almost always required to keep the mood. So much in this film is either totally impossible or just tossed in with no hint of explanation as to why it is even in the movie. The ending helps explain somethings while being unexplainable itself. This movie pushes the limit of being a waste of time and it would be difficult to even list it as mindless horror entertainment. There is very little that is horrific about this movie. Even for a PG-13 movie, there is better horror being shown on basic cable television daily.
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