The Fort

Josh Stewart, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Chris Browning, Angela Featherstone, Afemo Omilami, Trevor Morgan, Christopher Gessner, Robert Maxhimer, Jeannetta Arnette, Grainger Hines

Paul (Josh Stewart) and his girlfriend Adrienne (Jamie-Lynn Sigler) are driving through the Mojave desert on their way to a wedding in Los Angeles of one of Paul’s fraternity brothers when it gets very late, so the pull into a old, way past its prime, motel for the night. But they are not about to get much rest. Alone in the motel with no other guests but the manager, they start bumping into other people who start them down a path of mystery and suspense. Scared to death, Paul wants to leave in the middle of the night, but that is not to be. As the long night goes on, more and more mysterious things happen sending them down a road that they may never survive.

This is NOT a modern blood fest with loud noises and sudden jumps in the night to scare you. This is the old fashioned suspense thriller type horror film that keeps you on the edge of your seat. People today are used to the blood and guts, gross out movies, but this is the old way of scaring the hell out of you with story not gimmicks. This is a nail biter. Not totally original, (what is these days?) you’ll see the twist ending coming from the first 2 minutes of the film, but still a creepy horror film At first it makes no sense, but as time goes by, you’re aware of the past secrets that are being revealed that has caused a lot of the guilt and pain that got them into the horrible mess they are in. Somehow all the people in the different stories come together in the end. We can’t just bury past secrets and forget them, they’ll always come back to haunt you in the end.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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