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A group of students investigates a series of mysterious bear killings, but learns that there are much more dangerous things going on. They start to follow a mysterious hunter, learning that he is actually a troll hunter.
Focuses on two television crews of paranormal experts: one team of skeptics looking to de-bunk myths about ghosts and another consisting of believers looking to prove their existence. Teaming up for the first time for a special episode, the crews get more than they bargained for when they actually make contact with a spirit of tremendous power and must band together to stop it before it destroys them all. Written by
I confess, I'm a sucker for these types of scary films as others have also said. So it's terrible when 90 minutes is wasted on something that should never have made it out of the college film class it was created in. If this wasn't a college project then someone wasted their money producing it. The acting is cheesy and amateurish, the overall production was not done well and the sound engineering must have been done by some kid they pulled in from the hallway. Normal conversations go from low volume one minute to high volume the next. I had to hold the remote as I was constantly adjusting the sound. The only redeeming thing about this movie is the special effects which were decent for most of the movie....until the end where it inexplicably gets cheesy again.
As a college film project I'd give it an A. As a Netflix offering I'd give it a D-.
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