A group of friends trying to repair their strained relationships decide to spend the weekend camping at a music festival. En route they stop off at a small town in the middle of rural ...
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A group of friends trying to repair their strained relationships decide to spend the weekend camping at a music festival. En route they stop off at a small town in the middle of rural Ireland. However, this seemingly idyllic country town is darkened by a history of strange events. Can a town that is inherently evil literally tear them apart? Can they survive.... The Devil's Woods.Written by
I thought the film was gripping from the onset, with an intensely brutal opening scene that set the tone for the events to come.
After this initial shock, the film slows down to introduce the characters and the relationships between them. We get to meet and relate to this charismatic group of friends and become invested in their dynamics. A few unexpected events break the relatively lighthearted tone of these scenes as conflict begins to build up.
If there's one thing that "The Devil's Woods" must be commended for is its atmosphere. As the action progresses the films captures an air of ominous tension that progressively intensifies leading up to a series of unpredictably horrifying events.
I would thoroughly recommend "The Devil's Woods".
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