Haunted by her sister's mysterious disappearance many years ago at Green River, Charisma Kavanagh (Danielle Franke) returns to silence her ghosts and make peace with the past.Haunted by her sister's mysterious disappearance many years ago at Green River, Charisma Kavanagh (Danielle Franke) returns to silence her ghosts and make peace with the past.Haunted by her sister's mysterious disappearance many years ago at Green River, Charisma Kavanagh (Danielle Franke) returns to silence her ghosts and make peace with the past.
To the two reviewers who wrote positive reviews about this film: You're kidding, right? This has to be the worst movie I've ever seen. I was bored on the ride to the woods. These two actresses were so unconvincing as friends, that I found myself wondering why Charisma (surely this name deserved at least an explanation) and Allison (neurotic, unattractive, annoying, and a really bad actress inspired a new word: "bactress") would even be friends, much less travel into the woods together for what? a vacation? We are never told. No character development, no back story, no story whatsoever, and a predictable plot that has been done to DEATH: what was this director thinking? Low budget was not the problem here. The setting was the most interesting part of the movie. I can't remember when I've seen worst acting. I actually laughed out loud at "Allison's" attempts to act, and that actress had way too much screen time. I was hoping Jack would kill her to relieve my suffering. She was too annoying to be psychotic, and considering that Jack had been hit by a pick up truck, shot, stabbed, smacked around, and deprived of food and water for an entire day...I laughed some more at the ending because it's supposed to be what...eerie? shocking? ironic? surprising? NO, it was NONE OF THOSE because it was HORRIFYINGLY DEVOID of explanation, so much so that it was just confusing and further evidence of bad writing. There was so much opportunity to make a good thriller here, and it appears to be made by someone who didn't even care, someone with A.D.D., or someone who has never done this before. And car alarms don't run down batteries because they shut off after 10 minutes or so, OR, an owner can turn the alarm off with a remote switch from 15 ft. away. Come ON. And "Charisma" is not getting off the hook either. "Wanna take a shortcut? It's not as intimidating as it looks." One second later, she's fallen, and is hanging on by her fingernails begging her "friend" Allison to help her. Did the director look through the lens at that scene and say, "Cut. God job ladies. SO suspenseful. So...scary." I would have smacked Allison around and asked her, "What took you so long, b*tch?" And what kind of numb skull would you have to be to climb all the way to the top of a hill after an arduous hike through the woods only to burn up what's left of the cell phone battery listening to somebody's mother explaining how psychotic and dangerous her daughter is. Wouldn't it make more sense to say:"HEY, call 911 and send them to XYZ location NOW." So I'd say the writing was bad, the acting was very bad, and the directing was very, very bad. I'm so appalled that somebody would waste $5 making this film, that I can't write enough to tell anyone who's wondering: DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME ON THIS DRIVEL. You'll just be mad at yourself later. And to those of you who made this movie: don't give up those day jobs just yet because I watched every minute of your film, and I still don't know if Jack had anything to do with the disappearances of one, much less all, those girls on posters. That's too many women posted in a public place to escape notoriety...so, why would 2 young women see that, know that, and then go deep into the woods in that very same area where one of them lost a sister years earlier? Dumb.
- Feb 24, 2013
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