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The story of five British soldiers trying to stay alive on the last night of the Afghan War, facing not just the Taliban, but also supernatural forces more terrifying than anything they've encountered before.
Alexandra reluctantly tags along for Slasher Sleepout, an extreme event that is part camping trip, part haunted house, and part escape room. But when the fun turns deadly, Alex has to play the game if she wants to make it out alive.
The movie feels uncomfortable from the beginning, with a lead performance that will irritate some people. Which was meant to do exactly that. You have a story unraveling in front of your eyes that dares to go a different route, be it from a story stand point but also visually speaking. And while not without flaws (that's the unpolished part), it's still refreshing to see something different.
Obviously there are budget restrictions, which make themselves visible (visually speaking that is, production wise). But that does not take anything from the movie unless you let it. So try not to focus on the apparent and unavoidable downsides, but watch it for what it is. If you have even a little bit of love for independent cinema, you will find this entertaining and suspenseful enough
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