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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 »
Vancouver provides beautiful and unsettling setting in Crowsnest...
I liked it!!! It didn't blow me away like some other found footage films but this one was enjoyable. The film was also filmed in gorgeous North Vancouver and other areas around my hometown so I guess I am slightly bias here. Anyway the first quarter of the film is pretty much the same as Evil Things ( 2009 ) but not as good or scary as that found footage film. I think if Crownest was made during snowfall like Evil Things and another fantastic Canadian cannibal film called scarce, it would've been more effective. The film drags a bit in the middle frame but it sure picks up speed near the end.....Check it out!!!!! For all fans of found footage horror you musk seek this one out.
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