A VIP private party in a tropical island surrounded by rainforest. The invitation, a small video camera (flipcam) that you have to wear around your neck at all times. The cameras record ... See full summary »
Mike Case is a low-rent private detective who works out of his car and advertises on Craigslist. When approached by the wealthy socialite Victoria Billows to find her missing husband, Mike ... See full summary »
Marooned on a remote peninsula and haunted by frightening specters, a young man must confront the grotesque denizens of the night, or heed the Lighthouse Keeper's cryptic warning to, 'Always keep a light burning!'
A dying mother, Sarah, tells her last wish to her eldest son, Drew, that he take his younger brother, Will, to the place they were born. Despite tragic family history, hope gives promise to the future.
Spencer T. Folmar
Tortured by the memory of a childhood trauma, a woman returns after a decade to her family's fly-in hunting lodge to assist her siblings with their dying father, only to find herself stuck in a life threatening nightmare.
Its hard to know whats what anymore in these critique sections. I mean sometimes there are family reviews and friend reviews and then there are hater reviews and negative bs reviews. I found myself in the middle which is where this film probably lands. I think it has been mentioned but as far as looks. It is up there with the big boys. They have the visuals down. The effects again.. top notch. So where does it go wrong? It seems like too much of a good thing. I mean the film makers must have said "hey forget all this making sense" lets do a great millennial horror. I mean if you are under 30 years old this may be perfect for you. Im talking the girl picked up a pencil and there was suspenseful hits and dings. I guess you cant knock them for trying. So if you like this type of horror then this little film is perfect for you.
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