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Plot: In July 2010, a vacationing couple discovered something disturbing on a ranch in rural Texas. Armed with a home camcorder, they captured their experience on video.
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I was really looking forward to this
I have been going through a “found footage” binge recently devouring everything in my way. I can look past all the petty issues people have with the genre. I’ve seen tons of movies with terrible reviews that I thought deserved 8 or 9 ratings. But this movie is one of the worst,and believe me I’ve seen some stinkers.
It is basically a really lame version of the “McPherson tapes” but lacking any of its charm. The characters are unlikable,and do unbelievable things(even by found footage standards).The basic formula for a good film with no budget is good character development , tension building,and strategically placed scares,this film does NOT deliver.
HOW did this film win ANY awards!?!
I am thoroughly amazed that this film boast several awards! The fact that it is an award winning Indy film, and its interesting description made me an eager viewer…but I am now sorry I wasted 5 bucks through On Demand and my time on a Sunday afternoon….I barely made it through the first 25 minutes before I was on the fence about turning it off….the female actress is, in a word: AWFUL. Her annoying forced laughs, sighs and tee hees for the benefit of the camera became just excruciating to listen to…it was painfully obvious that they were trying really hard to “act” like a couple in love, but when there’s no chemistry, there’s no magic for the screen. It is simply NOT believable. To make this film work, you need that….you need the audience to invest in the characters, to care about them, to BELIEVE they are REAL.PEOPLE. Especially with found footage genre, these are supposed to be real film footage clips…and people in real life do not act that way with each other…whoever cast her was an idiot because it blew the film. She isn’t a very pretty girl either, so the shots of her porky legs and feet while she sighs and babbles to herself about how excited she is looking at her ring made it even more difficult to watch. Good looks draw people in but its the chemistry on screen, that believability factor, that keeps them riveted. This girl has neither and that becomes annoying and boring to watch. That’s a waste of my time and money. The male actor wasn’t much better….but he was better than her and with the right female lead he might have been better than he was…I had to fast forward through him eating an apple, for me, that was the scariest scene in the movie…just disgusting. I will say she gives a good scream and the more action that went on towards the end, the better they were because they had something to work with in the scenes besides just themselves. When it was just the 2 of them improv-ing their relationship (which could have been cute, funny, sweet and magical, I mean he proposed!) But it was the most unromantic, boring proposal ever! Because they were NOT believable as a couple. The reason The Blair Witch Project was so successful was in great part due to the fantastic job the actors did…they had real chemistry with each other, they were real friends…the audience came to care about them as people because they were very real with each other and not at all “acting” for the camera. This film needed that, too many viewers will be lost before any action even takes place because the director failed to realize the importance of chemistry even in the most simple and monotonous of daily human interactions. What a shame!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 21 min (81 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Sean Bardin, Robert Cooley
Writer Sean Bardin
Country United States
Awards 2 wins & 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo
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