Ben & Annie are a young couple on a weekend trip to Annie's small North Carolina hometown who, after meeting a charming old friend, embark on an impromptu 'Bigfoot hunt' that threatens both their relationship and their lives.
A filmmaker discovers a box of video tapes depicting two students' disturbing film project featuring a local horror legend, The Peeping Tom. As he sets out to prove this story is real and ... See full summary »
Finally, graduated and off to Croatia. It's supposed to be the "party of their lives." But for Julia and her friends their graduation trip turns into a horror trip, from which not everyone will return.
Although this film left me with a lot of questions, it kept me watching. Very nice soundtrack too. Worth a watch, I saw it on amazon. And I need to write more so here we go. It has special effects, lots of picturesque shots of what I assume is Ireland, and many plot twists and turns. There's something very haunting about the film, maybe the soundtrack did it, but the lighting also adds a very ethereal ambiance to everything. The budget constraints are clear, so I can't really complain about certain obvious problems with the overall delivery, but the film's look, plot and sound are something I haven't seen come out of Ireland yet. Perhaps this director is part of the Irish New Wave I'm hearing about. Very original and worth a look!
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