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For years, the Covington forest has been shrouded in mystery, with a dark past as a final destination for troubled youths. Undeterred by the news of a classmate who recently took his life in those woods, five teens journey into the forest for an evening of flashlight games and ghost stories. But their plans go awry when the friends awaken a demonic presence, an unseen evil that will seize upon their deepest fears-and plunge them into a nightmare of absolute terror.Written by
This film was shot in 2013 and for unknown reasons not released until 2015. See more »
You brought the flashlight of your deceased friend to the haunted forest where he mysteriously died? That's not a rational decision
Yeah, well hey, neither is fingering yourself to The Grinch, but here we are.
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Looking for a movie that makes you jump or keeps you on your toes? Probably not going to find that here. Throughout the movie I found myself wondering "Why would you think that's the smart thing to do right now?". The countless cliché horror movie situations that occur are nearly as dense as the forest itself. That being said, I'm not entirely critical of the film. There's decent eye candy for a film with no nudity minus a shot of guy butt. It appears that the creator still took pride in the film as far as picture quality is concerned. Especially for a found footage flick. All of the other things aside, I find it a rare occurrence when I enjoy a movie about people being stalked in the woods and, at best, you only get a few half-second glimpses of the nemesis. Not enough to leave you with the haunting image. Just enough to allude to what might be going on. If you're a fan of the found footage genre then you could definitely make a worse selection. You could also make much better ones.
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