A group of
young adults decide to go on a boating trip
partying all night but then they are caught in
the reeds as a terrifying secret starts to
unravel which involves ghostly like people who
look alive but change shapes as well as some
supposed accidents in the boat killing some of
these people which turns into a terrifying
Some of the survivors eventually find out the
deadly truth as to why this is all happening and
must put a stop to it before they are the next
one's to be slayed off.
During the beginning of this film
the scene's looked quite dark and spooky with
them going into a river with fields around them
which leaves a good creepy impression that they
will end up being lost if they go further with
their plan and then they do but there's suddenly
ghostly like encounters with strange people in
the fields which gives the film a nice boost for
a hauntinglike horror film. At the same time you
kinda wonder where this story is going but at the
end it does make sense.
There's nice painful moments and intense death
scene's too used in the flick in which you wonder
if they're accidents or causes by these ghosts.
There's a good moment with the
main characters driving along next to some tall fields
and then a good surprise run across with them
pulling to a sudden halt. Then there's a good
camera angle shot on a mysterious redhead turning her
head slowly around towards the everyone in the
vehicle with a good shot on Helen in the car just staring at her
mysteriously which left a good touch to the film.
Some good shots involving the people on
their boat having fun especially a good shot on Chris by goofing around as well as a shot
on him skinny dipping in the lake with a good
shot in the water approching his feet which makes
you wonder that something awful is going to
There's a good moment with him entering a field and spotting a dead dog all
Another good moment with him entering the field again with the ghosts having a feast and then the red haired girl coming up to him and slowly kissing him on the
Good fast shots on the characters falling down
after the boat crashes into something as well as
a nice painful shot on Chris falling
into a sharp object and being stabbed by it with great screaming reactions on
some others when this happens with great
disturbing moments on everyone else after they
spot what had happened to him.
Great close up shots on everyone trying
to take the sharp object off of him as well as an
excellent painful shot with him screaming
A good shot on Mel while
being surrounded by fire with her screaming as
well as a shot on Chris holding her
hand and acting possessive towards her.
Perfect struggling scene's with everyone
abandoning the boat and trying to rescue the people
like Mel and Laura from
the fire which looks disturbing plus there's good
firing shots on Croker towards
people like the red haired girl with a nice shot on her falling
into the water.
A good dark discussion between Croker and Nick in a garage
type area in which the setting looked
untrustworthy on how Nick was behaving. Later on there's a good moment with Croker trying to escape as well as Nick appraoching
behind him and whacking him in the head with his
Many great side camera shots surrounding Croker trying to hide from Nick as well as
good shots on the two of them struggling against
A great ghostly approach by the red haired girl towards Helen and explaining what has
happened which looked quite haunting like and
So it starts off as mentioned a horror mystery
but then when the excitement starts the film is a
bit of a disappointment when the mystery is
revealed in which the stoyline isn't what it's
cracked up to be at all.
Still there's some nicely done hallucinations of
possessions which makes you wonder why that is
all happening too as well as a backwoods redneck
killer who comes across nicely as someone you
can't trust at all.
Bottom line is the film is well done, dark and
off to a good start but it goes a bit downhill
afterwards and becoming a bit bland after the
story is eventually told. Oh well at least these
filmmakers tried their best since it was made on
a fairly good budget.
acting is in fair shape although too much has
been happening at once but I will try to focus on
who did what here.
Scarlett Alice Johnson (Helen) brought alot of good
tense attitude to what is happening with her
frightened behavior but really knew how to act
tough and aggressive to survive what is happening
around her by bringing out some descent energy in
Geoff Bell (Croker) totally came across as someone
mysterious in his role of the film and knew how
to act untrustworthy too. He certainly knew how
to act menacing with a shotgun along with acting
overly crazy and aggressive too. He was a true
character actor in the film.
O.T. Fagbenle (Nick) came across nicely in the film
with his serious attitude as well as really
coming acorss very powerful with his actions too.
He really puts on a sweat with the madness that's
happening to him showing alot of spunk to his
Will Mellor (Chris) came across as witty and
charming in his part of the film as one of those
types who enjoys life as it is until something
terrible happens to him and really knew how to
change that personality by acting intense as if
he's in pain when there is a scene that he needs
to act that way. He made his part quite
believeable. A nice reaction with him
throwing up after spotting something gruesome during a certain part of the story.
Daniel Caltegirone (Joe) came across nicely as one
of the aggressive one's with an attitude in which
he performs it so well as one of those people
that you don't want to piss off. Plus he has the
nice rough looks too which is also a plus for his
part in it.
Scarlett Sabet (Red Haired Girl) really had the right pretty
looks and knew how to act silent and ghostly in
her part of the film which looked terrifically
done on her behalf.
There's a brief
butt shot by Will Melor while he jumps
off a boat into the lake in which he's skinny
sharp object is stabbed through a man's body in a
Two women are burned alive
A woman's eye is shot out
alot of great scraping sounds with some groans as
well as the low quivering violin playing with
some sounds of drum beats and of course the loud
thumps too for the scary moments which was all
done by Vincent Watts.