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I truly appreciated the details of this movie from beginning to end. It's incredible how engaged I found myself throughout every scene. I had low expectations before watching this, simply because I had never heard of it before. For me, the whole trapped in the woods with killers thing will never get tired, as long as there are films like this with original writing and genius plot twists. Of course, it doesn't hurt that it stars Eric Roberts, a truly brilliant and often haunting actor. The rest of the cast was surprisingly great. Their performances were emotional and carried exceptional depth, especially for a movie in this genre. The music, editing and tempo were all spot on as well. The only reason I give an 8/10 is to motivate the producers to get working on a sequel!
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