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This film is a U.K movie about Sophie and her group of friends who go on a trip to an area of Wales looking for some kind of beast that is killing in the area. While camping Sophie and a friend hear something so they follow it to an abandoned estate. They soon become aware that something is not right and they end up in trouble. Meanwhile their friends go searching for them after they realize Sophie and their friend haven't returned. They all end up in a fight for their lives against someone or something that isn't what you think. Who will live?Written by
Michael Hallows Eve
You know it's one thing to make people believe one thing and then reveal to them that it might be something completely different. Or is it? But anyway, this movie tries to be clever in many respects par the dialogue and character development. It's all been said and done before and one twist or another do not change the fact, that it is poorly realized.
Of course, this is low budget, so I'm not gonna talk about the effects (that seem decent enough for a movie like this), but it still could have done with a few rewrites. If you haven't watched Teenagers in peril movies, you might find something here for you, but there are so many other (good) movies out there, that you could be watching instead. I hope the filmmakers can come up with a better one, next time around.
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