Every 40 seconds a person goes missing. In northern Idaho, a group of teenage girls attended a summer camp to help them connect with nature without technology. They were told it would be a summer of change. As the girls' houseboat is suddenly stranded in the middle of the river an odd couple comes to their aid. What was suppose to be an act of kindness turns deadly as the girls find themselves on the run, being pursued through the forest by a brutal and determined killer. Written by
I saw a film that looked great, shot on a micro-budget with no name actors that all delivered superb performances. Thomas Wilson Brown (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids) makes his long awaited return to film and delivers a chilling performance that is fabulously creepy!! Those that seek heavy blood and gore, you'll have to look elsewhere as Glenn Withrow opted to shoot more Hitchcock style with the violence than Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive). Now there wasn't a true protagonist, which would have been preferred, since most of us need a hero to pull for, but this was written by a first time writer while in high school. For this first attempt, I have to applaud this young lady. The performances and visuals keep this film interesting and a must see for movie lovers. Bravo...
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