Watch: Woodland Grey 2021 123movies, Full Movie Online – A man living alone in the deep woods finds Emily, a hiker, unconscious and laying on the forest floor. He brings her back to his home and helps her get back to health so she can leave the forest and get home. After a few tense days coexisting, Emily makes a discovery. She finds a crudely built shed behind the man’s home. When she opens it, she unleashes something truly haunting. As Emily and the man come to terms with what has been released, they also attempt to find a way out of the forest which isn’t exactly what it seems..
Plot: When a man living alone in the woods saves the life of a young woman, they are forced to coexist. Chaos ensues when the woman makes a terrifying discovery in the woods behind the man’s home and unleashes something truly haunting.
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Not really worth the effort…
Well, the synopsis for the 2021 mystery thriller “Woodland Grey” definitely over-sold the movie. I must admit that I was intrigued about this movie, after having read the synopsis. Sure, when I sat down to watch this movie from writers Adam Reider and Jesse Toufexis then I had never actually heard about it.
I have to say that the movie’s storyline was a swing and a miss in terms of properly entertaining me. Sure, the movie started out okay, as you don’t really know what is going on, and there is a strange atmosphere to the movie. But as the movie progress nothing worthwhile actually happens, and the movie just monotonously trots on in a bland pace.
And as the movie comes to an end, I have to say that I was left with a staggering and overwhelming sense of ‘Was that really it? Seriously?’. So yeah, I wasn’t impressed with director Adam Reider’s 2021 movie, much less particularly entertained.
The movie doesn’t have a particularly large cast ensemble, so there was somewhat of a bigger pressure on the actors and actresses to carry the movie with their performances. I will say that Jenny Raven (playing Emily) and Ryan Blakely (playing William) actually did manage to carry the movie well enough with their performances, despite of having very little to work with in terms of script and characters.
I managed to sit through the entire ordeal, and I do call it an ordeal because the pacing of the narrative was slow and monotonous, and there wasn’t really much of anything thrilling or exciting going on as the storyline progressed.
My rating of “Woodland Grey” lands on a very generous three out of ten stars.
Not a finished product
I don’t mind a slow burn, but sometimes I get the sense that a movie is just wasting time. Woodland Grey does that right from the beginning and never really paces any of the exposition as well as it could. We get long, drawn out segments where the point is made, but the scene still continues. Eventually, by the middle of the movie, some interest has been built, and we are given enough clues to want to see where this all ends up. Then, in the final act, the characters just seem to be going around in circles. The same moments get repeated, dream sequences tease resolution, and we really don’t learn much about what we want to know. I don’t have any criticisms about the performances or filmmaking; I just felt like they never decided what was actually going on and left the story vague rather than think it through first. Movies can leave some questions for the viewer and finish on an open-ended moment, but they should feel like the filmmakers at least knew what they were presenting. When the story just keeps piling on strange happenings with no coherence, I usually assume they just didn’t want to wait to work on the script enough before going ahead with filming.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 31 min (91 min)
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director Adam Reider
Writer Adam Reider, Jesse Toufexis
Actors Jenny Raven, Ryan Blakely, Art Hindle
Awards 4 wins
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo (5.1)
Aspect Ratio 2.39:1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A