This is the retelling of the events of the weekend of April 23rd 2004. Three young, sexy girls go into the woods on a camping trip to a family cabin. The local forest Ranger had warned them about an old Hermit who lives in the woods, so when two young, great looking guys show up, the girls are nervous. Anxiety turns to attraction after they get to know each other. The next day, someone is still watching them. The Hermit shows up and threatens them, telling them to leave or die. That night, the gruesome murders begin and we realize that the victims are little more than food for this Òwatcher in the woods. Snares, long sharp knives, bear traps and branches all make for perfect ways to end the lives of these young adults who are camping on haunted ground. In the end, the line between friendship and terror is blurred when we realize the murderer is an evil spirit who befriends then murders his prey. Written by
The book that Aubrey is reading when she has to go in the woods is "Murder: A Family Affair" by former FBI agent Ernie Dorling. The book is the non-fictional account of a murder in the same wooded area of Connecticut as the filming location for Crippled Creek. The murderers were part of a devil worshiping cult and are now serving life sentences in a Connecticut prison. See more »
it was so beautiful, every shot was taking as if it was filmed by Michelangelo, the nude scenes were perfectly censored, with perfect agility. i suggest this film to any intelligent human being. the other person that commented on it must not have taste in flawless, beautiful film making, he should be shunned for the rest of his known life. for a low budget film it is a shining glory film that every man woman and child should watch millions of times. -ps- you are my hero Hans Hartman!!! he looks like drew Carey!! :)-pss- there are many high glamorous quailities in this ORIGINAL blockbuster hit that make me want to pee my pants in excitement, this film is so good, i can not say it again but man it is so good.
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