Just a few minutes after Nick's fallen in the water his t-shirt looks suspiciously dry. His shirt keeps changing from this point on. Holes appear and disappear, a white stain appears between shots and it keeps switching between wet and dry. See more »
A group of Londoners head out of the city for a weekend in Norfolk where they hop on a boat and play a game of spot the water amidst the plethora of reeds. A group of teenagers are hanging around by the reeds, though they have little to say to the visitors, and as darkness falls our friends begin to have some very strange encounters. Something is lurking in the reeds and with it is the uncovering of a long buried secret.
The Reeds is a very weak horror effort with a bit of gore to satisfy some people, but the acting is really bad with Nick (O.T. Fagbenle) being one of the weakest by far, though to be fair he has an awful script to work with. While you may not be able to predict all the twists and turns, it isn't hard to start unravelling this one on your own. There is some ambiguity with the denouement but whether you care by then will be open to debate.
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