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The Crossing (2012)

Unrated | | Short, Drama, Horror | 31 August 2012 (USA)
A young woman wakes up in the forest, not remembering who she is or how she got there. All she knows is that she has an engagement ring on her left hand and a knife held in her right. ... See full summary »

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Josette Dubois ...
The Stranger
Christina McAlpine ...
The Friend
Jesse Fresco ...
The Brother / Soldier #2
Kyle Walls ...
Soldier #1
Brandon Bentley ...
The Fiancé / Voice of Soldier #1
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A young woman wakes up in the forest, not remembering who she is or how she got there. All she knows is that she has an engagement ring on her left hand and a knife held in her right. Before she can get her thoughts straight, the sounds of inhuman beings echo throughout, causing her to desperately search for an escape from her wooded prison. As she encounters creature after creature along her dark journey, she will realize that not everything is what it seems... Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama | Horror | Mystery

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Unrated
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31 August 2012 (USA)  »

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The Awakening  »

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$1,500 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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The large intestine that appears during "the second encounter" was created out of a 16 ounce bottle of flesh colored liquid latex, which was "painted" across a wood floor, dried with a hair-dryer, and rolled up with paper towels stuffed in the center. See more »

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When The Friend is killed in her undead form, she's wearing flip-flops. When we see her dead human form later in the film, she's wearing shoes. See more »

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18 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was quite impressed. I have a huge love for indie zombie films, but the most of them fail to meet expectations, this wasn't the case. The beginning was well set up in the middle of nowhere which is a moment of psychological worry of what's going to happen next. The FX in the film were quite good - digital and practical. Definitely not the average zombie film; which I really liked. The beginning and middle of the film build up to a huge unforeseen twist at the end that not even a horror buff like myself would have seen coming. I hope that fellow members of the indie industry can take a look at this film and learn that a good movie is unpredictable.


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