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Low budget B-rate horror movie with some pretty bad acting but overall pretty entertaining & watchable. I've seen worse. I say B-
"I move all the way out here to get away from people, get away from trouble and this crap lands at my doorstep." Annie (Blanc) and her friend Mary (Harris) are out camping with their dates. When things go to far Mary ends up dead and Annie runs for her life. She ends up at the remote cabin of Kyle (Biehn) who wants nothing to do with her. After hearing her story he decides to help her, when he hears another side to it he is not sure who to trust. This is yet again another movie that has no real substance but is fairly entertaining to watch. The acting is pretty bad and the dialog is not impressive but it does keep you watching till the end. There are a few twists but to me this was still predictable. I have seen worse and for a B-rate horror movie this was not the bad. There are some fairly graphic sexual scenes in this but nothing over the top so if that offends you I would avoid this. All that said it did keep me interested for the whole time. Overall, nothing super but a good one time watch. I give it a B-.
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