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Solo (2013)

Not Rated | | Mystery, Thriller | 29 August 2013 (Canada)
A teenage girl is terrorized when she spends two nights alone on a remote island as part of her camp counselor initiation.




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Credited cast:
... Gillian
... Ray
... Fred
... Marty
... Lacey
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sarah Emes ... Janie
Sonia Laplante ... Therapist
Megann McCandless ... Gillians Sister


Attempting to move past a family tragedy the summer previous, 17-year-old Gillian takes a job as a counselor at a remote summer camp. As part of her initiation, she must spend two nights by herself on the camp's island, an intimidating collision of rock and wilderness carved out of the lake, supposedly haunted by the ghost of a camper who disappeared suspiciously decades before. When Gillian's 'solo' is interrupted by a local man responding to a distress call, what was meant to be a peaceful time alone in nature devolves into something disturbingly different. As her paranoia mounts, a horrifying secret is uprooted and Gillian finds herself in desperate fight to survive. Written by Anonymous

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If you do see it on sale, leave it ALONE...
18 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

First of all, what kind of organisation forces a 17 year girl to camp on a far-off 'abandoned' island for two days ALONE (title drop) just to get a job? I'd turn them down on the spot. Here's a major surprise: The walky-talky she's given to contact the mainland in case of emergency doesn't work, and there are a couple of creepy dudes on the isle with her.

Every decision she makes lands her further in trouble, there's lot of running around in the woods and not a single person has any trace of personality. Oops I forgot... The bad guy starts off all friendly like, before becoming a LARGE HAM (Just watch that scenery get chewed), and the heroine suffers from constant flashbacks involving someone close to her dying. This contributes, by my calculation, zero to the already non-existent plot.

I HATE films like this, I really do. The sad truth in, they're ten-a-penny these days. You see them on the shelves of the 99p store, ready to shock the unwary. Made on the cheap, without any love or care, it's practically worthless. Why didn't they just donate the budget to charity? Or give it to me? For here we have a product which no-one could possibly derive any satisfaction from, a complete FAIL from every angle, an atrocity which isn't even worth talking about. So... I'll stop. 1/10

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