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Hidden (2005)

| Thriller
Deep within a dark, twisted forest, at a faraway adventure camp, a group of young 'camp leaders' play a fast and furious game of 'hide and seek'. The atmosphere is strange and thick with ... See full summary »

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Luke Alexander ...
Carlos
Dana Bernard ...
Emily
Daniel Betty ...
Sam
Ellie Cragg ...
Roberta
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Barry
Wayne England ...
Caretaker
Hayley Halliday ...
Brooke
Yolande Joe ...
Mum
Kiel McNaughton ...
Mark
Michael Morris ...
Lyle
Pineaha Murray ...
Koro
Blue Pilkington ...
Jason
Gavin Rutherford ...
Chris
Suzanne Sharp ...
Isabelle
Sarah Simonsen ...
Young Imogen
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Deep within a dark, twisted forest, at a faraway adventure camp, a group of young 'camp leaders' play a fast and furious game of 'hide and seek'. The atmosphere is strange and thick with tension - there is a feeling in the air that all is not well. Alliances are formed; relationships are tested, and in some cases disintegrate to the point of violence. All the while they are being watched by someone... or something. In a spectacular climax, the mystery begins to unravel as everything becomes suddenly and painfully clear. The shocking, violent truth is far worse than could ever have been imagined... Written by Tim McLachlan

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*yawn*
1 April 2007 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

This movie is kinda vaguely like the Blair witch project but much much more boring and not even vaguely scary.

I kept watching because some comments said it gets better as it goes on. They lied. Well I guess it did get better, after all it couldn't get much worse, but even better was pitiful.

It's the kind of movie that I might watch if it was on TV and there was nothing else on and I was too tired to get up and find the remote, but I would not suggest that anyone should rent this movie.

The only plus point I can see is it would have been very low budget. The scenes were probably real NZ bush and old buildings, there were no special effects, no big actors. Some of the camera work was fairly good otherwise I would have said it was made by a third form (13 year olds) drama class.

As others have said you do get to know the individuals a bit and the twist at the end was unexpected but all in all not really worth watching.


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