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The Woods Have Eyes (2007)

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Based on a true story. Summer as usual until a group of young children go missing in the forest. Tracked by a hunter and his crazy sons, to survive the children must take revenge into their own hands.

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Credited cast:
Frank Adonis ...
Bubba
Joseph Anthony ...
Carmine
Ron Arabia ...
John Burg
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Ernie
Michael Christeas ...
Luke
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Marie Falco
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Deputy Sandy (as Julia Denton Francis)
A.J. Diaferio ...
Michael
McKae Dietrich ...
Augusta
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Clem
Holly Farmer ...
Sugar Myers
Amber Freeman ...
Billie Jo
Cody Greer ...
Tommy
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Joe
Hardeen H. Houdini ...
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When a group of young campers wander into the backwoods of upstate New York to see if Cappy's Cabin--a place they think exists only in urban legend--is real, they find themselves in a twisted game of predator and prey as night begins to fall. All they have to do is survive until dawn, but Cappy is very, very real, and night has only just begun... Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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When the sun sets, the hunt begins.

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Horror | Thriller

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So bad it's good
4 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This low-budget horror flick manages to be just bad enough to be entertaining. Like a cross between "Growing Up Gotti," "Stand By Me," "My Side of the Mountain," and, well, "The Hills Have Eyes," the filmmaker put together a combination of elements so bizarre you can't stop watching--even though you will seriously consider it, several times.

We've got Carmine, who might have been kicked off an episode of "The Sopranos" for being too over-the-top, and a fat kid, and some other kids. They are hiking in the woods, and quickly become prey for a mentally retarded redneck, his redneck brother, and their redneck dad, Cappy. Fortunately, despite his short stature (or perhaps because of it), Carmine knows some sweet moves to defend himself and the boys. As an added bonus, one of the kids brought along a copy of an excellent survival guide, containing tips which, skimmed briefly, can teach a bunch of city kids how to outsmart three grown men who've lived in the woods their whole lives.

Throw in one completely pointless hot-blonde-hillbilly-girl, an army of cops who couldn't find a mountain if they were staring at it, and five minutes of Carmine shirtless, and you have yourself a great little flick to get drunk and laugh at. I will leave you with a quote, from the town sheriff: "Oh, Cappy, Cappy, Cappy. What have you done?"


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