I watch lots of horror movie and I usually either like it or hate it. This movie is in between.
The movie starts out like any other horror movies. Bunch of friends are driving up to remote cabin for the weekend. Soon as they are a the cabin, weird things starts to happen. One at time, each one of them are disappearing in thin air. This quickly crests friction and uneasiness between them. It’s probably not a good idea to say anything more than that.
The Review (Spoiler Free)
I wouldn’t categorize this movie as a horror. It’s has bit of sci-fi flare to it like one of the episode from Twilight zonet. I was some what entertained by the movie, but I wasn’t fully satisfied. But I am sure many of you will think the movie is a crap. But since this movie is low budget movie, I have to be bit forgiving.
This is one of those movie where it builds up to the big ending. I thought the ending bit cliche and not satisfying. It is very ambiguous and left you with more questions.
By the way, Brian Austin Green is in the movie.
Spoiler Ending (Spoiler Warning!!)
We see that people started to disappear one at a time. At the end of the movie, there is one lone survivor as police arrive. We also see that there are government officials who arrives in black suite and black cars. Next thing you see is that all the police and firemen disappeared with only the lone survivor left standing. Soon, she disappeared without any explanation. The movie is left as ambiguous to making the viewers guessing and thinking.
So where are these people disappeared to? Perhaps in a different dimension? What caused the disappearance? Perhaps seeing government officials at the end of the movie, they have something to do with it? Perhaps some kind of government experiment? You be the judge!
It’s a decent movie to watch on Friday night in Netflix when you have nothing to do. I give 3 out of 5 stars.
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Genre: Sci-fi Mystery Horror
Rotten Tomato Rating: 19%
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