A young band heads to the woods in order to focus on writing new songs. Hoping to emerge with new music that will score them their big break, they instead find themselves in the middle of a nightmare beyond comprehension.

Director:

Vincent D'Onofrio

Writers:

Sam Bisbee (screenplay), Vincent D'Onofrio (story) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Cassandra Lee Walker Cassandra Lee Walker ... Ashley (as Cassandra Walker)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bo Boddie ... Carson
Eric Bogosian ... Executive
Gwynn Galitzer Gwynn Galitzer ... Felicity
Jorgen Jorgensen Jorgen Jorgensen ... Carlo
Tim Lajcik ... Creature
Soomin Lee Soomin Lee ... Johnny
Kate O'Malley Kate O'Malley ... Callie
Matt Sbeglia Matt Sbeglia ... Nick
Casey Smith Casey Smith ... Anton
Nick Thorp Nick Thorp ... Robbie
Ali Tobia Ali Tobia ... Melinda
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Storyline

Vincent D'Onoferio is a very talented actor, but as for script, story telling and directing he is sadly completely amiss with this project. The title indicates a horror or at least a suspense, but the first two reels are just country band music, although nice it does get a bit repetitive. Then when Vincent decides to get back to the premise he fails to rope in the story. It borders on ridiculous when the main band leader decides to do an impromptu song whilst his band members are getting slaughtered around him. A reminder that there is meant to be a maniac running loose in the woods. Yes, very authentic. Complete fail. The one mark out of ten is for some nice music, forget the rest.

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Taglines:

Making a hit can be a killer.

Genres:

Horror | Musical

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Trivia

Vincent D'Onofrio sings the song on the radio in character as country singer George Geronimo Gerkie. See more »

Goofs

Appearing during the second part of the song "I'm glad I'm Blind", when the bass player Robbie (Nick Thorp) is standing. Robbies' guitar is shown alternatively in front of Nick (Matt Sbeglia)'s head, then behind. Two takes of this song with a different physical arrangement on set seem to have been edited together, resulting in this odd effect. See more »

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References Dracula (1931) See more »

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21 January 2012 | by Psy-KoSee all my reviews

I thought this movie was pretty bad, just watched it and came here to see if maybe I was missing something. Maybe I'm just not artsy enough to "get it" I dunno, if that's art, I'll skip it I think. I like horror and I like music and I've liked that combination in other movies but this was just weird. Too much music, which is pretty generic stuff, and not enough movie. What gore it has is done well so the FX team gets a passing grade but for a horror movie there just isn't much there.

When it was over it had me wondering if these kids were a real band and maybe the movie was just a vehicle to get their music some exposure. Usually music accents a movie but in this case it seemed like the movie was just filler for the music.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 April 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Don't Go in the Woods See more »

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