When four friends embark on a reckless Stag Weekend across the vast and uninhabited plains of Dartmoor, they are unaware that the local legend of a monstrous wild beast thought to roam the moors is terrifyingly true, that is until it starts to pick them off, one by one. Written by
Neil Cole won Best Actor in a Feature Film at the Unrestricted View Film Festival 2016. See more »
The sky / clouds constantly change from clear blue, to overcast, to partly cloudy, to stormy in many of the shots - within the same scene.
When Pete is giving Spencer his idea for the wedding speech, the rolled cigarette behind his left ear changes angle / position several times. In one particular scene where Pete brings his head down close to Spencer's, it seems to momentarily disappear altogether. See more »
I didn't really know what to expect from this movie, but as I was watching it, it was -- as another reviewer said -- a mix of two different genres (comedy and horror). However, I'd definitely classify at more as a comedy. The writing was clever and very funny, especially when the guys are discussing the plan to survive. If you're looking for a horror, thriller, slasher-type movie, this isn't for you. If you're looking for a fun movie with the horror aspect of it in the background, you might enjoy this. The acting was good, but you can tell from the cinematography that it was a low-budget indie. I'd advise you to give it a try. I've seen a lot of indie movies -- too many, really -- and this is a fairly well done movie. I was pleasantly surprised, though I doubt I'll watch it again.
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