Dana is failing Biology. To pass she must attend an extra credit assignment with several classmates that will lead them into a remote region of the Great Dismal Swamp, a place teeming with ... See full summary »
Dana is failing Biology. To pass she must attend an extra credit assignment with several classmates that will lead them into a remote region of the Great Dismal Swamp, a place teeming with life... and death. While the group keeps one eye out for hungry bear, deadly snakes and lurking gators, they are unaware of the real danger. For the top of the food chain lives in a dingy cabin not too far from their campsite, and he has an appetite for human flesh. Written by
The gun Dale is carrying switches back and forth between a rifle and shotgun. When he loads the gun in the cabin, it is a bolt-action rifle. When he takes a shot at Shelly in the woods, the sound of a pump shotgun his heard. See more »
Here we have a perfect example why people tear flicks down. I don't have anything against low budgets or whatsoever but the makers must at least try to keep you attracted to the screen. From moment one when the teacher appears on screen you can tell, he's not what he seems to be, guess what, you are right. Isn't it bad that when you can guess who the bad guy is it appears that he is one of the bad guys. Secondly, it takes 40 minutes before things go wrong. And when things go wrong they sometimes are messy or even gory but other killings are done with CGI. I don't have problems with CGI but just take a look when things go awry at the cabin. The use over their of CGI tears it down, CGI blood, CGI fire, CGI explosion, sorry, no can do, I call it CGwhy. The last killing is gory and the bear traps are a mess but overall it's mediocre.
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