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 just saw this movie and at first i thought that it was not worth my time because it took a lot of time to get to the point..The cast is unknown except Thomas Wilson Brown who was pretty good at his part.In my opinion they should have cast another known actor so that the movie attracts more people.The blonde teacher was unknown to me,i didn't recognize her from any movies that I've watched.The bad thing about the film was the shaky camera which hurt my eyes a bit and the fact that the place that the girls went to camp was not appropriate because it was in the middle of the jungle so it is natural that something bad will happen and who goes somewhere unknown without at least a cellphone??It's like you're waiting it to happen..The ending for me was predictable but then again I've seen so many movies so i should know by now how some of them may end.I recommend this movie because low budged films deserve a chance and not everything has to be Hollywood perfect.
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