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Zach sets out into the wildness of the Georgia Shoals to prove his survival skills for 60 days. Before too long, finding clean water and sufficient scavenged food are the least of his worries when disturbing noises and events disturb his lonely challenge.Written by
To me this movie actually had us stopping and thinking "omg could you imagine if this was happening to us?" Lots of jump scares, and though it is similar to Blair Witch we still loved it. It is hard to find a decent movie anymore that fits into the FF genre. I have to really give this movie thumbs up because the main character was very likable through out the film. Even though terrifying things were happening to him not ONLY at night but during the day, he still tried to keep his sanity and focus on the goal: find the road. If you are a FF lover you should enjoy this film!
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