Every 40 seconds a person goes missing. In northern Idaho, a group of teenage girls attended a summer camp to help them connect with nature without technology. They were told it would be a summer of change. As the girls' houseboat is suddenly stranded in the middle of the river an odd couple comes to their aid. What was suppose to be an act of kindness turns deadly as the girls find themselves on the run, being pursued through the forest by a brutal and determined killer.Written by
Director Glen Withrow's redefines horror and pushes the envelope of terror with his film, The Mooring. Building the suspense at a fever pitch, he creates an atmosphere of stark raving fright within minutes with a exciting opening sequence. The production values are first rate and the Idaho locations heighten the feeling of surrealism that permeates the film. An exciting cast of young faces are introduced in this motion picture and are sure to become major stars as a result of its impact. Their performances are outstanding and there isn't a false not in the bunch. The true horror in this film lies outside the realm of blood and gore and the focus is upon the terror of unexplained disappearance. Thomas Wilson Brown's downright breathtaking in the role of Richard, a disturbing turn that should catapult him to the stratosphere of the acting profession.
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