"A Waterfront Nightmare" is a psychological thriller with twists and turns. Seven college friends spend their spring break in a remote waterfront cabin for a week of partying. When they arrive, they discover something is not right with their cabin owner and the other locals. With a mysterious man filming their every move and a group of Goths showing up at their cabin, they discover that their lives are in jeopardy. The partying stops when they each start disappearing one by one.Written by
I gave this movie a 7 for the fact that whoever did the filming and editing was a genius. It's actually the only thing that kept me watching it. I can't say as much for the audio. It was easy to hear, but seemed to be "out front" as if it was overdubbed.
The story was what you would expect from a "B" movie. It did offer some interesting twists though from a story that kept you guessing. It had good characters who were lost in mediocre acting. Not bad, just mediocre.
Even with that said, this movie is still worth a watch. Don't go out of your way to watch it, but it's one to keep in your queue.
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