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Shelby Gordon (Kate French) inherits a house from grandfather(Walter Olszewski) in remote woods of Copperhead County, she and friends Carissa (Yvette Yates), Lindsey (Cristen Coppen), Chelsea (Kat Sheridan),Travis (Lawrence Adimora) check it out. The road is closed and must hike in. Shelby discovers that her father had a brother Joshua (John Otrin) who was institutionalized when he was young. When her friends start to disappear, Shelby suspects that Joshua is still alive and hiding in the Red House. Also being threatened by a couple of local pot growers, Pink (Gregory Avellone) and his son Will (Ed Ackerman). Is Joshua torturing and killing her friends or is someone else? With the help of Cole Callahan (Brendan Wayne, ) the handsome deputy sheriff, she unravels the mystery. Written by
A new concept ... this isn't. But you don't always need a new approach to things, if the delivered product is rock solid. That cannot be said for this, even if there is a neat touch on the whole "aura" and the feeling of that said aura (or not). You might not find that many beautiful girls being friends with each other outside of movies, but if you start complaining about that, you might as well stop watching altogether.
There are few nice twists, though not too many. And even though the main characters are very much alive (at the beginning at least, you'll have to watch through to see, if they all make it to the end or not), they do act as if they were brain-dead. Still there is some fun to be had and I have seen worse horror movies. So while this isn't completely bad, it won't be the best movie you've seen either. Lower expectations and maybe you'll enjoy it
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