‘Terror knows no boundaries.’
A young jogger named Jason is out doing what he loves, running cross- country. Unknown to him, he trespasses into private land and is soon lured into a false-sense of security. What seemed like a routine run in the countryside, turns into a heart-pounding nightmare. Fear will run its course. Will Jason ever escape to tell the story?
A wise man once said “Never hate a film. Instead, use a film’s faults to learn something”. Now admittedly he was typing in all caps at the time, so I’m not sure if he was imparting wisdom or just a spambot who had finally managed to string a sentence together. But it stuck with me. Which is useful, because Crossland has so many problems, I feel like I’ve