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Product Details

  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • Release Date: March 20 2012
  • ASIN: B006W4KVIO

Product Description

Snow (Shanley Caswell) was stunned when her father (Eric Roberts) remarried. Still hurt and reeling, Snow began a cycle of bad behavior. Resentful of the tension Snow has caused in the house, her stepmother Linda (Maureen McCormick), convinces her father to send Snow away to a discipline camp. Snow learns that the camp has a history. There had been a murder there years prior and the prime suspect, one of the campers, disappeared into the woods never to be found again. When Snow starts to suspect that someone is watching from a distance stalking them she wonders if the killer may have returned. Soon, campers start dying off. Snows stepmother uses the camps troubled history as an excuse to get Snow out of the picture. Shes been killing the campers one by one and now Snow is next!""

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Kiosk Rating <1 March 24 2012
By G. Teslovich - Published on
Format: DVD
Classic psychologically weak rich dad, mean stepmom, as perceived by angry irresponsible and annoying teen daughter. Mean step mom likes to talk to her alter self in the mirror. Both stepmom and daughter want to establish a closer relationship with the dad and both see the other as being in the way. Mom talks dad into forcibly sending daughter off to an isolated, month long, wilderness camp for correcting troubling youth behaviors. Campers go missing and then dying (not shown) and of course the camp has some history which one of the campers in the latest information age hook discovered on wiki.

(1.) DVD cover has nothing to do with movie. False advertising. Cheap production cost saving of no subtitles for hearing impaired or to substitute for poor audio.
(2.) Way over the top, not believable if not laughable, character portrayal. The military boot camp image of a whistle blowing, hard nose, do push ups and jumping jacks 'til you drop camp commander just doesn't happen except in movies. Wilderness camps actually do a lot of journaling, discussion groups, wilderness hiking with individual camp set up responsibilities. It's highly choreographed, staged and closely monitored.
(3.) Half the movie (45 minutes) were just four scenes repeated over and over. The same moon position with the exact same clouds passing it was shown repeatedly throughout the movie. Poor clouds they must have felt like bored actors when asked to repeat a scene over and over again. Then there were all the scenes of totem poles, shot close up, as if they had some significance. Never panned out. Lots of scenes of some lake. Also never meant anything other than a cheap time filler. Finally, were the cheap to produce constant flashbacks.
(4.) The supposed night scenes were so cheaply filtered day light scenes that you could clearly see strong shadows.
(5.) Overbearing background sounds to create drama when poor script and acting can't get it done. Annoying were the too loud and boring same limited piano notes and other sounds. Just too distracting.
(6.) The conclusion that all the participants were part of a dream was cutesy unconvincing cheap ending.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Waste of time. March 19 2012
By Diana Flores - Published on
Format: DVD
This has to have been the worst movie I've ever seen. The production was bad- you can see where they reused the same shots again and again. The storyline had so many holes, just horrible. Characters were cliche and the acting bad, bad, bad. I can't believe we wasted our time and money on this one!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Worst movie ever April 15 2012
By Kindle Customer - Published on
This has to be the worst movie I have ever seen. The actors are trying to "act", the music is old horror movie when nothing is going on and it looks like its filmed with the cheapest camera known to man kind.The whole time they try to set you up for horror but nothing really happens. Not worth your time and definitely not worth your money.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By Ellany - Published on
Format: DVD
Wow! This is what happens when your career is over and you're trying to make your SAG insurance. Maureen McCormick and Eric Roberts sadly fall into that group. They only appear in about 10 minutes of the film. Maureen hasn't aged well and looks closer to 65 than 55. Eric, who had a promising career has ended up at rock bottom. This movie isn't good enough to be aired on SciFi or Chiller TV. The budget for this film must have been about $5.00. There were no sets or costumes. The script was written by someone in 5th grade. Don't waste your time or money. Enjoy Maureen when she was Marcia Brady. That was the pinnacle of her career.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Dumb in every way March 25 2012
By Viva - Published on
Format: DVD
Mediocre acting at best, a production budget in the neighborhood of fifty dollars, a silly script, and wacky music at the most inappropriate moments. How on earth do movies like this even get made?

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