4 young Americans travel to Europe to work as counsellors for a summer camp there. Before the kids arrive, a rage-inducing, demonic disease spread rapidly from animal to person, resulting in the counsellors desperately trying to escape the illness. The camp's in the wilderness, and with the phone service, not any cars , they're desperate too stay alive and get help.
In Spain was released in 2016 -two years after being filmed- only in 18 theaters in dubbed version. See more »
It's just not what I was expecting. Where are the cabins and canoes?
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During the end credits, a woman's voice can be heard. She is reading the news about what happened to the 3 young Americans who were missing. See more »
Wow! It worked!
You need to see around 10 minutes of this movie to realize it's everything you've seen before 1000 times. All the moves, the reactions, the plot, the actors and so on.
But look what happens if you pass 25 minutes: it gets better! It gets somewhat different, and you start to actually enjoy it. To connect with the characters a little, to feel the tension around, even to start to wonder. Rarely have I seen something that starts out from bottom and ends up nicely indeed.
I will recommend it as I do consider it better than many such productions. It was a pleasant surprise and I'm glad I found this one. You just have to make it through the first 25-30 minutes. But it will all be worth it.
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