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  • Actors: Breanne TeBoekhorst, Ryan Barrett, Jennifer De Lucia, Daniel Zuccala
  • Directors: Phillip Carrer
  • Format: Dolby, PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Scanbox Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 30 Jan. 2012
  • Run Time: 78 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005ZSHARS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 84,474 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

A blistering hot summer weekend, siblings Brad and Lisa, with lifelong friends Will and Vanessa, set out on fun-filled road trip through the isolated scenery of the East Coast.

Camping at a secluded spot, they re awakened in the middle of the night by strange noises outside of their tents. To their horror, they encounter six masked assailants bent on tormenting them without motive, without reason and without mercy.

The group endure a night of psychological games and physical terror, and as morning dawns; the reality of what will come is even more terrifying than anything the group could have ever imagined...

SPECIAL FEATURES:

* Behind the Scenes Interviews
* Audience Q&A from hometown Premiere in Guelph, Canada
* Filmmakers Audio Commentary (Director Philip Carrer & Writer/Actor Ryan Barrett)
* Trailer

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A taut and savage thriller --Killerfilm.com

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By William Mason TOP 50 REVIEWER on 23 Jan. 2015
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This is a very low budget, amateurish horror flick, with very low production values, which one might describe as a poor man's version of Deliverance (Burt Reynolds).
The movie is a modern horror flick, but it's shot like a 70's grindhouse/sexploitation film, even down to the fake grainy film stock. The opening ten minutes is worth watching for the stunning pneumatic blonde running through some woods in her underwear, but it's very much all downhill from that point onwards.
Brad and Lisa are a dull, dumb, irritating, twenty-something American couple on a road trip to some sleepy Hicksville location. They're hooking up with a couple of old pals, Will and Vanessa, who are equally lame, and the pals end up camping overnight in some woods. What follows then is the abduction and abuse of the friends by a gang of masked assailants...
This movie has the feel of a first attempt flick by a group of over enthusiastic film students. The camerawork is jarring and irksome. The editing is hamfisted. The acting is undistinguished and hackneyed. The script would embarrass a sixth former. The plot is lazy and tiresomely predictable. The pacing is soporific. The bad guys are boring and lack menace. They wear stockings on their heads which means they muffle their words. As mentioned previously, the film climaxes in the first ten minutes, with the gratuitous sequence of a very pretty and voluptuous blonde lady running through the woods in her undergarments.
As a lover of horror films, I'm very well used to enduring movies which are inexecrable dreck, but this one is a serious contender for the worst of all time. About ten minutes into this film, I was hoping that Burt Reynolds would emerge from the forest in his Mad Max leathers wielding a bow and arrow, and slay everybody, good guys included.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DBT on 25 Mar. 2012
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There is more to making horror than stringing together a few cliches. This film trod a well worn path that adds nothing noteworthy to the genre. The acting is terrible - as most other reviewers point out, but what really irked me was the awful camera work. The deliberate bad framing and hideous effects simply smacked of a film school student project. If the director had stuck with straightforward direction, there could have been elements of real tension and fear here. All credit to the makeup and the costumiers - the masks were particularly effective - but next time, don't try masking a lack of budget through making a 'retro style' film: you rendered any watchable elements of the film unwatchable which is a shame as the last scene particularly, and indeed the narrative in general, had real potential - and the soundtrack / incidental music was at times inspired... A shame.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 April 2013
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This tries to do a "Wrong Turn" type film in 70s style. Whilst you have to applaud someone trying to put a new twist on an often used formula (and it would probably have worked if it hadn't been over-done), the overall effect is it feels more like a film school project than a finished film. The strange (pseudo documentary) camera work and grungy effects do work at times (especially in the first half of the film), but it more often than not, is too retro for its own good.

And another problem is that it doesn't feel like it has been plotted properly. In most films of this type, the tension is well built and you are kept on a knife-edge throughout. This uses a different approach--more like someone has listed down some scenes they thought would be cool, without giving much thought to creating tension.

It's worth watching (if you have LoveFilm), but I wouldn't really recommend buying it. Far better (with a similar retro feel and plot) is the Norwegian horror Manhunt. The bad guys in this are quite sinister at times (simply using stockings over their heads), and the acting is quite decent but other than that it is fairly weak. Something to watch if you like the genre and have nothing better to do.
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does camera work get any worse than this ., or is it me.Picture quality was dreadful but I didn' t find the film that bad , at least not as bad as some of the reviews state .having said that, most hardware today will display reasonable quality pictures with all the upscaling units available including my own.This one must rate as poor VHS standard and I think we should be able to expect much more than that these days.It's a shame because in my opinion with someone else on the camera this would probably have been much better to watch. This reminded me of FIVE ACROSS THE EYES in relation to the camera work. That one really gave me a headache.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By All of them Witches TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 16 Feb. 2012
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An independent horror set in the woods whereby some unhappy campers are tormented and worse by a group of silent masked (good old fashioned tan stockings over the head) assailants.
The cast has been well chosen, they act and react very well on the whole, the dialogue is natural and flowing and there are no real irritants amongst the cast to make the viewing of this a chore. It is low budget and shot in a '70's Grindhouse style though everything depicted within the film is contemporary.
Sometimes some films are so derivative it questions why they were made in the first place and If a Tree Falls suffers somewhat in this respect. The film-makers have tried to inject some added interest in revealing nothing at all about the 'strangers' in the woods, no motives, they don't talk, no background etc; the assailants are also of mixed gender like the victims which at least doesn't follow a formulaic narrative. When the assailants start their antics, although the product description regarding a 'night of psychological games' is far off the mark there is a steady build-up of minor violence, almost playful face slapping, with the menace and threat of violence being a perceived one until the ante is upped very suddenly with the slaying of one of the victims.
A lot of the footage at this point is shown via the medium of camcorders shot by the assailants and in this instance at least it works quite well and the whole slightly disturbing vibe of the film at this point again has a quite realistic unsettling feel to it. Thankfully there are no protracted torture set pieces to contend with.
Bits that don't work quite as well? Well there are some elements that the director has decided to just not bother with such as the initial escape by three of the group soon after capture.
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