This movie was billed as a horror and thriller, but I really don't see it as either. Without giving away too much of the plot, I think it's better described as a journey of self-discovery. Three people end up in a cabin in the middle of the woods, one after another, due to car trouble or a similar situation. There is very little food and the only the barest of supplies to last through the very cold nights. The acting, especially the two women, was really spot-on and well done. Each characterization came across quite well. It was interesting to watch how everything unfolded as they realized they were each an integral part of one another's way out of there. There is a definite feel of suspense, but not in the traditional horror or thriller sense. It's more to see how everything will play out for each person. I would recommend this for a cerebral flick, but not for someone wanting a mindless horror or fast-action thriller.