Written April 28, 2012
The answer is; "Yes". Further example of the depraved Hollywood propaganda machine. Unbelievably bad acting but it's what you expect for this waste-of-money and two-hour-loss- of-life. You find yourself looking forward to the painful deaths of each one of the "actors". Yes, thankfully, they all die. There's even a final scene with the old relic Sigourney Weaver that makes you really happy that this piece of crap is almost over. Save your cash or donate it to a homeless person. At least they'll buy some booze and then somebody will have a good time.
Written May 08, 2013
I LOVED IT:-) :-) :-)
Written April 13, 2012
It's part "Army of Darkness", part "Friday the 13th", part "Star Trek", part "Hellraiser", part "Cube", part "Office Space", part "Clash of the Titans", part "the Ring", part "Zombieland", part "Men in Black", part "Texas Chainsaw", part "Scooby Doo".
If that sounds confusing, go spend $11 and and hour and a half - you'll know exactly what I mean. I WISH they had stuck with Campy, or Scary, but it's the worst of all worlds.
I don't know how stoned you have to be to really enjoy this movie - but I doubt it would be worth the price of the pot you bought.
Written April 14, 2012
Don't waste your money on this movie. it was more of a comedy than horror. If you really must watch it wait for the DVD or until it comes on cable.
Written April 22, 2012
I guess I came in looking for a typical horror movie with young college kids getting attacked in the woods being stupid in a drunk lustful party atmosphere. It began that way then it just went totally left and turned morbid and annoying and started to lose the horror suspense of classic horror movies. The acting was ok and cgi was cool. All in all it was an ok horror movie