23 May 2015 | claudio_carvalho
Festival of Clichés without Originality
Dora (Dora Madison Burge), Matt (Samuel Davis), Todd (Roger Edwards), Brian (Chris Osborn), and Liz (Denise Williamson) travel to an isolated cabin in the woods. They hit something on the road before arriving in their destination. Soon they are hunted down by a Bigfoot. Will they survive to the creature?
"Exists" is one of those teen horror movies where the viewer knows what will happen and only guesses who will be the next to die. The story does not have originality and abuses of the clichés associated to an awful camera. The only "originality" is the Bigfoot, instead of a maniac, or a vampire, or an evil spirit, or a monster or whatever. The rest is the same, with characters taking stupid decisions or actions to die, like Todd screaming and shooting in the woods to attract the Bigfoot. My vote is three.
Title (Brazil): "Eles Existem" ("They Exist")