Best friends Emily and Lesley go on a road trip to the desert. When Emily decides to get off the highway and take a "short cut," they become the target of a relentless and psychotic trucker... See full summary »
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
This is your basic "killer chasing girls in the woods" type movie. We've all seen this style of movie before, where you're rooting for the girls to escape the psycho hunter while he picks them off one by one. But the difference about this movie is I felt confused the whole time, especially at the end. I think because it lacked a lot of dialogue, which was wasted on getting to know the teenage girls. We never really understood why the killing couple came after the girls in the first place. With their first kill in the film, it was clear that it was sadistic and that they were doing it for their own pleasure. But then it gets complicated towards the end, with the couple leaving me wondering, "What was that all about?" This movie had potential, but then got confusing when the story would focus on the killer's personality. I still made it all the way through, but honestly, by the end of the film I felt like I didn't really care one way or the other.
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