- Actors: Emily Plumtree, San Stockman, Matt Stokoe
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 18
- Studio: Metrodome Distribution
- DVD Release Date: 28 Jan. 2013
- Run Time: 92 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B009WQ4EJ6
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 92,495 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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A British found-footage horror movie set in a remote village which has been haunted by a local legend for centuries. One day a group of friends decide to explore the folklore, however they are soon presented with grave consequences.
Nominated for the 'Raindance Award' at the British Independent Film Awards 2011
Official selection for the Fantasia International Film Festival
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Top Customer Reviews
What wuld you do if you found yourself in a cottage with no electricity? Go to the nearest village and buy torches? These idiots don't and instread try to navigate their nocturnal terrors with candles and the light from their ever presenr video cam. Drug taking - 'bad Charlie'- is appallingy and wrongly represented (has *anyone* ever acted like that on coke, however bad?) and the last 30 minds, in which they are sat in a car which won't start represent a new nadir in examples of time taken from your life that you'll never get back.
What happens? Oh, yeah- one of the troubled quartet falls under the spell of an old tree, his bad thoughts take him over and he eventually hangs the other three before topping himself. The whole thing is as scary as biscuits. Obviously I can't tell you what to do with your money but I would suggest you save what you would spend on this film, give it to charity and think yourself lucky you haven't had to watch it.
I was pleasantly surprised with this film. As a horror fan, I've seen lots of films like this and this was definitely one of the best. It was refreshing to have fairly steady camera angles (I can't stand the ones that make you feel sea sick) and the relationships between the characters was believable (it helps that Sam and Matt are best friends). The ending was a little obvious once James' ran off so you could pretty much work out from there what was going to happen, but the tension came from when and how he was going to get them. It was refreshing to see a British version of the genre as there are far too many 'small town in America' ones. The scenes between Sam (James) and Emily (Emma) were some of my favourites. I loved the portrayal of James' vulnerability and how it was written for Emma to try to be supportive of his mental health issues whilst still trying to keep boundaries. The psychology in this film is well thought out.
The only question I was left with was how the fox disappeared once it had been run over because you can tell from the camera angle that James was nowhere near it.
Altogether, I'd say it's worth a watch.
For instance how come the camcorder battery holds out and yet they have to poke about in the dark all the time? You keep telling them to pack up their stuff and go home but of course when they finally do... they can't. Ho hum hokum.
Basic plot: 2 couples go to spend the weekend in an old monastery, to uncover a legend, that an old hollowed out tree on the land has the ability to make young lovers commit suicide for no apparent reason, by hanging themsleves from the trees branches.
Sounded interesting, if not overly enthralling and I am a sucker for found footage horror movies.
Problem is, for over an hour, all you get is 2 couples looking through old photographs, getting drunk and smoking dope and arguing over nothing. Absolutely NOTHING even remotely scary happens. One of the girls is terrified just by the look of the tree with no explanation why (It's a tree for heavens sake, it looks like any other tree, in any other field you will ever see)
Then for the last 20 minutes one of the group walks off and vanishes, the other 3 go looking for him, and we get the tent scene from the Blair Witch Project, only in a car and far less creepy.
Honestly, I am not exaggerating when I say that nothing happens in this film. You hear a few distant shrieks, the camera gets passed around the group so that they can run a few yards, and we get 20 second views of thier hushpuppies (must be a sponsorship thing), we see one of the group get dragged out of a car by an arm and then....
***Don't read this next part if you really do want watch it, on your own heads be it***
....All 4 of the cast get hung from the tree with no explanation as to why and the film ends.
It is abysmal.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First of all, I'm a horror fanatic. I have over 500 horror films on dvd, and have seen well over a thousand. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ms. V. J. Shaw
Wow, and not in a good way. If you've read the summary you'll know this is about a tree that is possessed by an evil spirit which forces young couples to suicide. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Ozzieal
No idea why his has anything less than a 5 star review. Better than the Blair Witch Project.Published 18 months ago by D. keir
Love this movie, love the found footage genre too! If you dislike the found footage genre, don't bother watching.Published 20 months ago by Matt
I was pleasantly surprised as I am simply not fan of superstitious movies. Many creepy scenes and a surprising conclusion. Very enjoyable and I strongly recommend it.Published on 12 April 2015 by Vogel
No more 'found footage' Horror please! This genre has been done to death and this movie is the biggest load of rubbish I have seen in years. Read morePublished on 20 Mar. 2015 by Doglatin