21 August 2016 | nater3000
Don't expect a typical horror
I had no clue what this was going to be walking into it, other than knowing it was probably somewhat a horror, being that I was at Bruce Campbell's Horror Festival. What I got instead was a slightly uneven drama/horror, an unusual mix that worked very well, in my opinion. The characters were a little awkward, but overall, the main amount of time was spent with one man in the woods, and he does a great job of conveying his conflicted nature in the film. I must say that I was not expecting the plot to unfold as it did, and II was glad to see something so new and fresh in the "horror" genre, something not afraid to make it all about the emotions. The end will definitely leave you wondering if the main character is crazy or if he actually experienced everything the audience sees. I give it a 8.5 out of 10 due to the fact that some dialogue was a bit clunky and awkward, and there was almost too many music and walking montages, but overall, it was a beautifully made emotional horror with some incredible dramatic performances.