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Mark G. Chapman,
Jessica Vanessa DeLeon
Kennedy Jamieson, a wealthy socialite, has waited her whole life to have the perfect wedding. Engaged to the charming Ryan Harris, the young couple is just a week away from the big day but hasn't had a chance to celebrate their respective bachelor/bachelorette parties. Ryan's best man Chet books a remote cabin in the woods to throw them a 'Jack and Jill' stag that they'll never forget. Out in the middle of nowhere, things take a horrifying turn as members of the group are brutally picked off one by one. What started out as a celebration quickly descends into a bloody nightmare. Friendships are ripped apart and accusations fly in this blood filled psychological horror with a whodunit twist.Written by
Nine Worlds Entertainment
Traveling out to the woods, a group of friends enjoying a pre- wedding party find their weekend of fun interrupted by not only a series of deep-rooted secrets but a maniacal killer picking them off one-by- one and must find a way of getting away alive.
This one here wasn't all that impressive of a slasher effort. The film's biggest misstep is the fact that this one goes off for the first half in turning into a rather pedestrian and wholly unworthwhile series of soap-opera style scenes here showing them getting together at the cabin. Not only does this have the series of incredibly bland setups with the group taking forever to get settled in which features them putting their stuff away but also going through the series of scenes showing the couples having their troubles which are so uninteresting and fill up so much screen-time that it really becomes unbearably boring and excruciating getting through here. Going through the adultery angle with the sister, the best friends' unrequited lesbian angle with each of the sisters and the brothers' money issues all are just so utterly unappealing and don't strike as the slightest bit interesting not only in just general terms of being a truly fun watch but it also manages to be quite a boring way to set-up the remaining part of the film where it turns into a nominal slasher since this doesn't come up as being in the slightest bit fun, engaging or enjoyable accomplishing this different type of set-up here leading into those slasher tropes. It's all quite a long time here going through this part of the film that in the end it's almost an hour before the first kill pops up because its spending all this time focusing on the boring and wholly unappealing soap opera work found here, and it's still not nearly enough to make the film overcome it's truly banal slasher-work found here. Not only is the main set-ups truly appalling with the short, barely-there stalking scenes that are over so quickly it's hard to pick out the actions within here but also just really making the film not that creepy or chilling despite the attempts at slashing. The endless running around the woods don't help matters, and it's really overall a pretty bland series of scenes that just makes for a troubling slasher effort overall. Coupled with the lack of rather startling gore, a wholly underwhelming mystery angle that's supposedly at the heart of the film and a criminal lack of sleaze and cheese that are tempted but never delivered upon, these here really hold this one back quite readily from what could've been. The only areas this one works at all is the actual slashing in the woods, for as bad as they are at manipulating the slasher elements here really ups the action and energy away from the banal soap-opera work before it and does deliver on some high-quantity kills in a cramped space which is quite welcomed. Still, it's got a lot of problems to readily overcome.
Rated R: Graphic Language, Graphic Violence, Brief Nudity and drug use.
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