This movie is a generic teen-slasher that tries to pass itself off as a zombie film: idiots stuck at a cabin in a woods with unknown killer. Zzzzzz…
Like many other reviews, I agree that the script is horrible. With several meaningless plot twists, shallow characters, and erratic dialogue, it feels like a child penned this boring and simplistic script.
There’s a particular reason why no self-respecting distributor picked up this film – its ridiculous, incoherent, and horrible.
Just check out it’s Wikipedia page – it cost $10 million to make and made only $4.4 million at the box office = sad. I could have made a better film for 1/10th the cost.
The biggest waste is that the production and special effects wasn’t too bad. Even some of the acting is believable. However, I couldn’t help but keep looking at my watch to see when this atrocity of a movie would end.
Complete waste of production and talent… not to mention my time watching this trash. A the bare minimum, the cinematography was decent.
Kue has a Masters in Business Administrations (MBA) from California State University, Fresno. He works as the Director of Education and Outreach for the California Department of Business Oversight in addition to being a contributing writer for news, business, and international blogs. He has also written, directed, and produced an award-winning film as well as authored several books on business, philosophy, and Asian folk lore.