A group of friends trying to repair their strained relationships decide to spend the weekend camping at a music festival. En route they stop off at a small town in the middle of rural ... See full summary »
Aidan O Sullivan,
The original draft of the script was called "The Ones Who Believe" and was later changed to "Live-In Fear" after the script underwent adjustments for budgetary reasons. This new title was meant to acknowledge the fear that lived within the characters and was inspired by the song of the same name by Ilan Rubin's band The New Regime. See more »
A low budget horror where a few friends get together at a cottage for a relaxing weekend. Everyone coming on the trip has a lot more baggage then they came with which takes its toll. An unseen force starts to prey on their weaknesses.
Right near the beginning there is a scene where one of the friends is burying his mom who happens to be in several pieces wrapped in plastic. When he gets back to the cabin his mom is there with his friends talking to them so you get a feel that this place isn't normal.
The special effects are cheap but still look decent. There is a lot going on at times with all the different characters issues being addressed which may be confusing at times. I thought this was a mediocre outing. You won't miss much if you don't see it.
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