When Simon, Rich, and Eva head out on an eagerly anticipated road trip, they bring along a video camera to record their journey. What starts out as a carefree adventure slowly becomes a ... See full summary »

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Sevé Schelenz

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Sevé Schelenz
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Cast overview:
Rob Scattergood ... Simon Lacey (as Robert Scattergood)
Amber Lewis ... Eva Hansen
Richard Olak ... Richard Harrison
Taneal Cutting ... Laura 'L.T.' Taylor
David MacAulay David MacAulay ... Motel Clerk
Chadderton W. Thornton ... Convenience Store Clerk (as Chadderton Thornton)
James Mark ... Highway Cop
Leanne Marsel Leanne Marsel ... Cop 1 in Station
Ken MacKenzie Ken MacKenzie ... Cop 2 in Station (as Ken Mackenzie)
Simon C. Hussey ... Cop at Motel (as Simon Hussey)
Simon Lacey Simon Lacey ... Radio Voice (voice)
Kate Gajdosik Kate Gajdosik ... TV Documentary Voice (voice)
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When Simon, Rich, and Eva head out on an eagerly anticipated road trip, they bring along a video camera to record their journey. What starts out as a carefree adventure slowly becomes a descent into the ominous as unexplained events threaten to disrupt the balance between the three close friends. Each one of them must struggle with personal demons and paranoia as friendships are tested and gruesome realities are revealed...and recorded. Written by Sleep Apnea Productions Inc

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On July 19, 2005 three friends went on a road trip. They never came back.

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Horror | Thriller

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It is never mentioned which city the characters are from or traveling to. Each time a character attempts to reveal this information, a loud noise or dropout in sound is purposely used to distort the dialogue. See more »

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The most confusing found footage film out there
19 April 2015 | by Leofwine_dracaSee all my reviews

I usually like found footage movies but this one is a complete piece of nonsense, thanks to a very badly written narrative which leaves the viewer mired in a confused mess. The storyline involves a trio of friends going on a road trip and bringing along the inevitable video camera. After the slow first half, where we're introduced to these not very interesting people, the horror finally kicks in - what there is of it, anyway.

And this is where the film falls apart. There are dodgy ghostly visions of people and some of the characters go mad, but no real explanation is made. It's like there are a few events, spaced out, and a lot of ominous doom-mongering, but in the end little has really happened. I hated the incessant problems with the video camera which are vain attempts to make the whole thing scarier. It doesn't help that you actively dislike most of the main characters as well. I'm sorry, but the writer/director's refusal to provide clear explanations made me hate this one.


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Country:

Canada

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English

Release Date:

1 October 2011 (USA) See more »

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