4 friends who played Little League have reunited to pay tribute to their teammates who were murdered 15 years earlier, only to have a vengeful masked killer with a weaponized baseball bat targeting them.
For five adventurous friends, visiting the legendary murder site of the Redwood House has all the hallmarks of being an exciting and thrilling camping weekend away. A popular site for revellers and party goers, each year on the exact date of the famous local family massacre, people from around the country head out to the site to have fun and scare each other. Events take a bloody turn for the worse when the innocent campers discover the Redwood legend is in fact a horrible bloody reality, which turns the unsuspecting victims into prey for a mysterious axe wielding maniac that has remained dormant for 20 years.Written by
The film crew consisted of only four people - Director, Focus puller, Sound Man & Grip. See more »
At the beginning of the movie, minute 4:56, Jessica (Rebecca Wilkie) walks into the wood with Pamela. At minute 5:55, at the same place and situation, she looks notoriously skinnier and her make up is a lot different than the previous scene (another eyebrow design, false eyelashes, almost clownish). See more »
Yes it never is a good idea to go to an either haunted place or a house/farm in the woods, where a massacre occurred. No matter how many years have passed (either the children have "survived" or something else) it will be the ... death of you. Literally. But of course that is standard movie/horror cliché and if the people wouldn't do something stupid like that, we wouldn't have a movie.
And before you argue that it would be a good thing, consider that other people like this sort of movies. And the blood effects are decent enough for a low budget movie like this. Is there really more some would want out of that experience? If so, then maybe this isn't for you
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