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A pair of documentarians head into the woods of the Exmoor countryside to find proof of the mysterious big cats that roam the area. But what they find in the depths of the forest is a horror beyond imagine. They must fight tooth and nail to survive or fall prey to what lurks in the darkness.
Bad dumb Tish! To be honest there were moments I was thinking X moor had some interesting ideas and was going somewhere, however it kind of felt a bit messy in the end and was a bit inconsistent. The lead role was entirely unconvincing and paled in comparison to other actors in minor roles and this proved a bit distracting, although the twisting and turning on the plot could not have helped plus the characters being all a bit on the silly side, then again we'd have no horror movies without characters acting inexplicably stupid. The movie also suffered from many dark scenes at one point which were simply difficult to make out. It did feel everything went on an inexplicable rush near the end and ambitious plot points were not developed fully. It did have its moments however it seems like more time was needed to think over and edit this movie. Has the guy from Agents of Shield in it tho. 3 points for creepy kid, 10000 points for unintentionally hilarious stunt involving a Jeep.
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