In late summer of 2011, five young friends on a road trip went missing after being attacked by nomadic cannibals in a huge RV. Video was recorded by the victims & recovered by police as evidence in their still-unsolved murders.
In October 2009, the filmmakers went into an abandoned psychiatric hospital to explore the 'haunted' institution, famous for its radical treatment of patients with mental illness. ... See full summary »
On January 9, 2009, five college students left New York City for a weekend in the country. 48 hours later, all five students have simply vanished without a trace. There were no leads and no evidence - until now.
Courtney S. Bunbury,
Based on true events. The Robertson County Sheriff's Department has released footage found on the bodies of the Sawyer family's cell phones and video cameras. What was first thought to be a... See full summary »
Laura Alexandra Ramos,
In 1998, thirty four unidentified bodies were found in shallow graves in a remote Siberian forest. After subsequent investigations, no official explanation by the Russian authorities was ... See full summary »
This is a 'found-footage' movie from Canada about five young friends who go on a trip to a cabin back in 2011, but on the way (while filming it) they head off the beaten track to a place called Crowsnest where they have heard that you can buy beer for half price! They get the beer but at the same time they receive a warning to head back where they came from or they will die. But they don't take the warning too seriously and keep driving in to the forest. But they seem to be lost, then an RV hits one of them and all hell breaks loose. There's something about the people in the RV. Will the friends survive? Written by
Michael Hallows Eve
Just after leaving the beer store, as Brooke recounts her encounter with the little girl, the reflection of a crew-member can be seen in the back window; he's wearing glasses and moves his hands. See more »
this film really is one of the worse to ever been created. I'm not a fan off the hand-held camera type films anyway in which some people find it makes it more believable because their holding the camera which any common person could do to make a film making it seem more believable? As seen in the 'Blair Witch Project' I do not think that & this film demonstrates how those type of films really are not a plus to the film industry. This film is just so bad really apart from the fact I was very confused throughout because honestly I really didn't understand what went on literally if you shut your eyes for a minute you magically missed something and the film didn't make sense. The characters are all not likable and irritating. There really is nothing entertaining about the film you find yourself hoping the end is near it feels like it goes on for years. Overall it's a plot less mess with a well expected terrible ending.
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