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On a weekend camping trip deep in the forest, Jim - a young U.S. Marine enlistee - and his friends stumble upon the murdered bodies of a vacationing couple and are taken hostage by a deeply disturbed war veteran on a sadistic killing spree, leaving Jim and his friends fighting to get out of the forest alive.Written by
This is a really good movie. I am surprised that it is not better known or more appreciated. Though it may start out like just another "slasher in the woods" movie, that is not what it is at all. The writing is very good, and the story doesn't lead exactly where you think it is going. The acting is also very good, especially Tim Barraco and Trevor Torseth as the main protagonists. The characters are well fleshed out and believable. This is a very subtle movie. There are several threads in addition to the main story that all come together at the end. It is the kind of movie you may have to watch more than once to fully appreciate. The ending in unexpected and powerful. They don't make movies like this much anymore. It seems to me to be a throwback to the 70's, when movies like LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT, I DRINK YOUR BLOOD, and THE HILLS HAVE EYES showed that movies could be both violent and intelligent. If you liked those movies, I highly recommend TRAIL OF BLOOD.
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