Over a long holiday weekend, unable to escape the confines of their sorority house, a handful of unsuspecting girls are left behind to enjoy the quiet sanctuary. The normal house staff has ... See full summary »
Bud's a good ole' boy brought up on Bluegrass and Moonshine. While supplying the surrounding counties with its Marijuana supply, Bud has a hefty growing operation. However, this is not ... See full summary »
Stacey T. Gillespie
In 2009, six friends arrive at an isolated cabin to enjoy a long weekend in the snow. An epic snowstorm interrupts their vacation, trapping them on the mountain and resurrecting the haunting ghosts of the Donner Party.
Over a long holiday weekend, unable to escape the confines of their sorority house, a handful of unsuspecting girls are left behind to enjoy the quiet sanctuary. The normal house staff has taken off for the weekend, leaving the girls to fend for themselves. Thankfully someone was kind enough to send them a temporary replacement chef to cook their meals. However, when the girls start disappearing one-by-one, they begin to suspect something may not be quite right. Written by
I suppose I expected a more original idea but much less professional acting. Most of the actors were better than I'm accustomed to seeing in low-budget flicks. The idea was not too creative, but the murders were well done. What I would have liked is more attention to the "forensic scene" -- which I thought had the weakest acting, incidentally. The scenes at the 2 final locations were unexpected and therefore superb. As for the settings, in my opinion they were much better than I had expected of a low budget indie. Set dressing equally good. Lighting was also superior for a budget as low as this one was said to be. Good closeups, 'though I thought they could have used a few more.
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