Lionsgate, Mutant Enemy,
Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth, Anna Hutchison, Fran Kranz, Jesse Williams, Richard Jenkins, Bradley Whitford, Brian J. White, Amy Acker
Five friends are off on a trip to a remote cabin. They stop for directions at a creepy old gas station on the back road, way off the map, just like every other horror film about kids and remote cabins. But there is much, much more to this cabin than that, and they don’t know the half of it, in this most extremely unusual horror film that will keep you squirming up until the horrific ending that you won’t see coming!
This is a really strange film. I can’t say too much about it without giving it away, but trust me, this is no “Sleepaway Camp” movie. There is much, much more going on. In fact, if there is a flaw, it’s in the twists that they spring on you that are WAY out of left field! The best way to enjoy this movie is to know nothing about it, and you’ll be surprised for sure.
Acting is fair, and the plot is certainly twisted, but it’s not that bad. It did tend to get a little silly in the last half hour, but what the heck…it’s supposed to be way over the top. And that it is. One of the strangest horror films I’ve ever seen! And I’ve seen a lot. The good news is that the trailer doesn’t give it all away either.
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