Director(s): Jack Gastelbondo
IMDB Rating: 2.7
While visiting a cabin with her husband, Julianne becomes disturbed with horrific visions which question her sanity.
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moviesrus411 (14 April 2013)
I actually think the opposite...opening credits were OK. The restROCKED. It's definitely a slow burn not for the ADHD; but for a personwho loves a good mystery and likes figuring out puzzles.The main character is in a state of confusion and seems to have visionsand has a weathered past. We go with her as she tries to uncover cluesto her past and present.The supporting actors do an amazing job of keeping things groundedwithout stealing from her performance. I also liked how the movie was paced just right. We are so used tohaving cats jump in front of the screen to keep us awake. In this film,the viewers need to pay attention to small details in order to keep up.It requires thinking which is a lot more than some movies currentlyplaying.Nice work. I was happily entertained.
moviereviewer1976 (14 April 2013)
Was drawn to this film because it had a couple of actors from the film"Ink" (which is easily one of the best TRUE indies of recent years).I'm not a huge horror guy, so I wasn't expecting much going in. I waspleasantly surprised as the film wasn't really "horror" so much as apsycho-thriller or even a psycho-drama. If you are looking for bloodand guts you won't get much of that here, although there is some. Notsure what this film was made for, but it couldn't have cost much - asthere are no "name" actors and the vast majority of it takes place inone location (a cabin in the woods). It's definitely a slow burn - butfor me I was really into it the entire time and thought it had a nicebuild up to the end. The film is really creepy and eerie. The style ofthe filmmaking reminded me a bit of "Dark Water." The performances weregreat, the main three actors, Jessica Duffy and Marty Lindsey (bothfrom "Ink"), as well as David Dalton all did a fantastic job. I ratedit 8 out of 10 because it does seem to drag a bit at times and some ofthe scenes weren't lit very well. According to IMDb, it is thedirector's first feature film, so I'm sure he learned some lessons andwill continue to grow. He certainly has a nice style for storytellingand I'll be interested to see his next film.
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