Driving cross-country on a summer road trip, two groups of friends find themselves stranded at an isolated campground. When the first group is slaughtered overnight by an unseen evil, the second group arrives. Relentless terror begins as campers are transformed into bloodthirsty cannibalistic creatures, stalking, chasing, and eating their own friends alive! Who will survive in the Forest of the Dead? Written by
This film had no crew. Brian Singleton operated one camera and sound, shooting every shot in the film hand-held. The cast on set during each shoot would help with equipment and props when not on screen. No more than 2 lights were ever used at one time. See more »
This movie is very scary. I fully enjoyed every minute of it. The plot takes so many twists and turns, you will never be bored. It is sooo funny and whoever wrote and filmed it did a great job. I especially like some of the Canadian-specific jokes in the FD. I recommend it to anyone looking for a fun horror movie - watch it with a date! It seems to have some relationship-commentary woven into the characters' dialogue. But you won't be prepared for what happens...next! Overall, 10/10. ...............................................Hopefully you are not the type to get scared easily because the suspense in this film is almost unbearable.
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