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This film is a U.K movie about Sophie and her group of friends who go on a trip to an area of Wales looking for some kind of beast that is killing in the area. While camping Sophie and a friend hear something so they follow it to an abandoned estate. They soon become aware that something is not right and they end up in trouble. Meanwhile their friends go searching for them after they realize Sophie and their friend haven't returned. They all end up in a fight for their lives against someone or something that isn't what you think. Who will live?Written by
Michael Hallows Eve
A below average British horror, but I've seen worse.
This movie starts off okay but then it turns in to a horror movie cliché. I have to admit there are some good parts in this film, but they do not save this film from becoming average and meaningless. Yes the story wasn't too bad but the director failed to deliver what could've been a pretty good film. The acting wasn't bad but in saying that it wasn't good. The characters didn't make me want to care for them either way, in fact I didn't care if they lived or died. As for the 'beast', well it wasn't what you would expect, almost a let down, although not too predictable. The movie wasn't a complete failure but it wasn't, for me, a success. So in saying that I give it a 4 out of 10. Have seen worse.
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