When four friends embark on a reckless Stag Weekend across the vast and uninhabited plains of Dartmoor, they are unaware that the local legend of a monstrous wild beast thought to roam the moors is terrifyingly true, that is until it starts to pick them off, one by one.Written by
The whole film was shot in 2 weeks on location in Dartmoor, England. See more »
The sky / clouds constantly change from clear blue, to overcast, to partly cloudy, to stormy in many of the shots - within the same scene.
When Pete is giving Spencer his idea for the wedding speech, the rolled cigarette behind his left ear changes angle / position several times. In one particular scene where Pete brings his head down close to Spencer's, it seems to momentarily disappear altogether. See more »
I didn't really know what to expect from this movie, but as I was watching it, it was -- as another reviewer said -- a mix of two different genres (comedy and horror). However, I'd definitely classify at more as a comedy. The writing was clever and very funny, especially when the guys are discussing the plan to survive. If you're looking for a horror, thriller, slasher-type movie, this isn't for you. If you're looking for a fun movie with the horror aspect of it in the background, you might enjoy this. The acting was good, but you can tell from the cinematography that it was a low-budget indie. I'd advise you to give it a try. I've seen a lot of indie movies -- too many, really -- and this is a fairly well done movie. I was pleasantly surprised, though I doubt I'll watch it again.
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