Three friends head to the seafront for a drunken weekend, only to be imprisoned on the top floor of their holiday apartment by a malevolent paranormal force.

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C.A. Cooper

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C.A. Cooper
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Credited cast:
Eaoifa Forward Eaoifa Forward ... Alice
Daniel Paton ... Carl / Lizzy's boyfriend (as Dan Paton)
Rachel Warren ... Lizzy
Fin Banks Fin Banks ... Forest Child
Lily-Mae Hebbes Lily-Mae Hebbes ... Forest Child
Tia Shenton Tia Shenton ... Forest Child
Arthur Wraight Arthur Wraight ... Forest Child
Bruno Wraight Bruno Wraight ... Forest Child
Nathan Brine Nathan Brine ... Forest Man
Sameera Steward Sameera Steward ... Forest Woman
Stuart Nurse ... David / Alice's father
Charlotte Parker Charlotte Parker ... Cherub
Rose Parker Rose Parker ... Cherub
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Emma-Marie Cooper Emma-Marie Cooper ... The Ghoul (as Emma Cooper)
Roman Kemp Roman Kemp ... Jake
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Storyline

Three young people head to a remote holiday apartment complex, left vacant during the off-season. They are Alice, her best friend Lizzy, and Lizzy's perverted boyfriend Carl. Things quickly take a turn for the worst, as the group gets trapped in one of the high-floor apartments, unable to escape. No one knows they are there. They have no way to contact the outside world. Food and water grow scarce. Desperation sinks in. Is this all just a series of unfortunate events, or is there something supernatural behind it?

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The only way out is to let it inside. See more »


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During the middle of a scene from the latter part of the film where the characters are weak and sickly, the director took a rubbish sack filled with rotten food and held it over Dan Paton's face telling him to inhale, sending him into a nauseous, trance like state. See more »

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The interior walls would be far less durable than the exterior ones. The group could have easily broke through into another unit and from there into a stairwell. That this never occurs to the protagonists seems to be rather odd. See more »

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Trailer is misleading, movie is unbalanced and unterrifying
28 May 2017 | by kieranmtwilliamsonSee all my reviews

What got me interested in watching this movie was the trailer, which turned out to be very misleading. It made it look as if it was going to be a bit of a creepy jumper horror, however it was quite the opposite. Scenes that were meant to be creepy were boring, and there was one scene that makes you jump throughout and it wasn't anything terrifying. Any movie producers that feel the need to mislead viewers with the trailer must know that their product is garbage.

Good notes would be the acting, as always with most British movies it is spot on, and the way it is shot is pretty good especially that end scene of the apartment they were trapped in. However that does not justify the unbalanced way the plot plays out, and how it drags without anything interesting happening.

So much potential not reached.


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 January 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Snare See more »

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Bohemian Pictures See more »
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2.35 : 1
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