Animals have been disappearing in the woods along highway forty-five. A young couple's life changes forever when their young daughter disappears without a trace. The frantic search for ... See full summary »
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Brian Austin Green,
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Animals have been disappearing in the woods along highway forty-five. A young couple's life changes forever when their young daughter disappears without a trace. The frantic search for their child brings them into contact with an unknown, relentless creature, at night, in the woods. They shoot into the darkness of night to kill the creature, but accidentally hit their neighbor instead. When they try to cover up their fatal mistake, their lives spiral downward into murder, conspiracy and psychological chaos. All the couple's senses of reason and civility - years of evolution - are brutally stolen in a matter of days. One murder turns into four and the couple is still left looking for a way out. Everything comes back to the horrific creature in the woods - the perfect alibi if only the couple could kill it and blame it for the murders. But what is this creature? Feral is a horror film with a deeply terrifying antagonist and a series of disturbing events that lead to a shocking ending. ... Written by
I hate to not be able to write something constructive about anything, but the only terrifying aspect of this film was the lack of technique and ability displayed.
The editing was horrible; either too fast that what was happening became too difficult to understand or so slow it was painful.
The framing was non existent, no thought or preparation was put into the shots, even at points the lack of fore thought left half of the on screen 'action' being missed.
The lighting... What happened with it I'm not even sure. Making a picture so dark that you can't begin to make out the characters does not create atmosphere. There was no white balance so everything became a grey tone. The lighting was so harsh with so much contrast faces were white circles against sludgy brown to black settings.
The cuts should have been introduced to prevent over prolonged sequences of actors getting out of cars, checking their hands then walking up to a door... then making you sit there and watch them fumble for their keys, all the while you are listening to static from a lack of sound editing.
Violins googled under the search "cheap 50's horror" will never get you an A* in suspense. Really. Never.
The only forgiving factor to this title is that it rates against the later Halloween disasters.
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