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Connie Sue Cook,
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Alix de Montaigu,
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When a group of models for an internet website arrive at a location shoot in the wilderness, they soon realize their slowly disappearing members are the result of a madman in the area killing them off one-by-one and must put their own feelings toward each other aside to get away and survive.
This is a piddling and actually quite lame slasher effort. While I'm not the least-bit familiar with the site and the intentions of it, that alone might not be much of a factor in this one being a decent if unspectacular slasher. The greatest obstacle in overcoming this one is the difference of the titular group's appearance and attitudes toward each other, which is certainly understandable since it's not exactly the norm to witness and it's an acquired taste when they start their shoot to witness such acts, even though the generous and heaping nudity does lessen it somewhat. Once it starts to become a slasher film, it goes up a little better in quality if only for the fact that the reality-show like filming style would allow for more gore and attacks to be witnessed as they should be rather than as a blurry mess, but overall it's still not all that bad of a slasher effort.
Rated Unrated/R: Full Nudity, Extreme Graphic Language, Violence and drug use.
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