"A Waterfront Nightmare" is a psychological thriller with twists and turns. Seven college friends spend their spring break in a remote waterfront cabin for a week of partying. When they arrive, they discover something is not right with their cabin owner and the other locals. With a mysterious man filming their every move and a group of Goths showing up at their cabin, they discover that their lives are in jeopardy. The partying stops when they each start disappearing one by one. Written by
I absolutely love 'B' horror movies, and so when I found out when they were doing the first screening in the area, I bought my ticket immediately. I was not disappointed.
This movie was filmed very well, and I was impressed by a lot of the film angles along with the editing. While I was watching the beer pong scene I was absolutely amazed at how well done it was for a low-budget movie (nothing against low-budget movies, since I love them). Some of the editing done between killer/victim was overused, but for the most part it was really good.
The plot-line and acting where what I was expecting (and hoping for) for this type of movie, and thus made it fun to watch.
If this movie is screening in your area, or if it is ever put onto Netflix, I'd recommend watching it.
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