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Scott, Chris, Johnny, Brian and his girlfriend Natalie are traveling together to spend a couple of days together nearby a lake. In a remote road in the limits of a cornfield, Scott hits a crow with his truck and their car breaks down. Johnny crosses the cornfield to seek help in an old farmhouse and vanishes. Brian and Chris cross the cornfield together heading to the house. Meanwhile, Natalie is dragged by something and Scott unsuccessfully tries to help her. Soon, the three friends find that they are stranded and a supernatural force is holding them in the farmhouse.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Filmed in 18 days in August of 2009, but not released until early 2011. See more »
When the kids are trying to hot-wire the truck, every time the engine turns over the headlights and parking lights light up, then they go out when the engine stops; that's backwards. If the lights were on at all, the load of the starter motor turning the engine over would dim them. See more »
Are you coming?
Are you fucking kidding me?
I wasn't talkinng too you
[looks to Scott for help]
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I only found out about this film as it was a question on a movie quiz. After watching the movie I realised why I had never heard of it.
It is not bad by any stretch of the imagination, in fact it is painfully average.
The acting is good, as is the script and camera work and the premise is good also. The corn field has been used in horror movies of the past to great effect. The rustling leaves, the disorientating walls of corn stalk; being both isolated and exposed at the same time. Scary stuff.
This film doesn't really attempt to capitalise on this, it uses the corn field as a simple barrier to hem the characters in.
Some of the scenes in the farm are spooky, which is the high point in this middle-flat-line film.
One of the reasons I am writing this review is to remind me I have seen this movie as I am sure by tomorrow I would have forgotten it almost entirely.
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