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After being forced to give her baby boy up for adoption, Glasgow teenager Kelly Ann decides to go on a cross country hike through the Scottish Highlands with a group of friends. Kelly Ann's ex - boyfriend Lee then appears uninvited in an attempt to rekindle their relationship. Things do not go to plan however when Kelly Ann & Lee find an abandoned baby in the ruins of an old castle. As the teenage group attempt to get the baby to safety, a vicious, wolf-like beast appears from the darkness and begins to stalk the group, picking them off one by one. The group soon realise that they have to kill the creature or be killed themselves. Written by
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I am slightly biased in non-favor of this movie having actually seen it. Though it shows potential to have something vaguely resembling a plot, in the end, the viewer is left wondering whether or not the movie has actually started. Time was not an issue for lacking plot. Running at only 72 minutes, there was more than enough time to actually explain SOMETHING. Please explain something. That is why you make movies. The main character, Kelly Ann, could have been played by anyone with a Scotish accent and legs capable of running through random fields in Scotland for extended periods of time. Lee could be played by any semi- to moderately-attractive young male with a Scotish accent as well. Only running in his case was not a requirement. Much of this movie took place during the day time, which made the "wolf" one of the greatest comedic characters I have ever witnessed. And when I say "wolf" what I am trying to say is a half-boar, half mad cow fetus half-breed of UK craziness. (See 'Isolation' for reference and if you want to see a decent horror film from the UK.)
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