Detectives in a remote town pore through every frame of a troubling tape to find the whereabouts of three missing college students. The chilling footage becomes more and more disturbing ...
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Detectives in a remote town pore through every frame of a troubling tape to find the whereabouts of three missing college students. The chilling footage becomes more and more disturbing when the students come upon the bloody dress of an 8-year-old girl in the secluded wilderness and take it upon themselves to find her. Linking the case of the missing girl and the missing students together, the detectives race to piece enough information together to find them alive. Written by
About the millionth "found footage" film about who knows? This big old turd gives you characters who have the personalities of a fence post and the screen presence of a turnip. I did not care for ANY of them. In fact, it would have been fine with me if the guy would have died immediately, he was so obnoxious.
After stealing liquor from a store, having an accident with another vehicle (I think...), and going to someone's cabin (natch), the drunk guy decides he has to apologize to the guy whose car he side- swiped. And for those of us who have been around drunks, he's going to apologize come hell or high water. Thus the three leave the comfortable confines of the cabin to run around in the dark, magically disappearing and then reappearing--never remembering what happened.
The entire "plot" (and I use that word here very lightly) made no sense. Most of film involved two girls screaming at god knows what and supposedly the "ghost" of a little girl who is all grown up now. Rated R and not recommended.
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