Every year, sisters Samantha and Maggie fly home to spend Fourth of July with their parents. But this year Samantha's new husband Dan has mapped out the perfect road trip. With Maggie's husband's Jeep packed to the brim, they head out. But the fun is cut short when their car gets stolen, leaving them stranded in the middle of the desert. With no car, and no cell service, they are forced to seek the help of some small town locals. As the stranded travellers wait for the Sheriff to locate their car, it becomes painfully obvious that the locals have other plans for them. When there's nowhere to hide, all they can do is Run Like Hell.
Writer:Canyon Prince, Canyon Prince, Joseph Schnaudt, Joseph Schnaudt, James Thomas, James Thomas
When four friends end up stranded in the small town of Spaulding, one local family offers help. The family's real motives become terrifyingly obvious, as the couples find themselves fighting for their lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cedric L (us) wrote: Powerfully acted and emotionally draining.
Real G (nl) wrote: [font=Helvetica][font=Verdana]I don't know which is more pointless; trying to figure out which of the three directors organized which scenes or actually sitting through an hour and a half of absolute garbage. I'm not going to trash this film as far as "artistic intent" is concerned, but more on the fundamental levels of storyline, character and subplots that are forced upon us. There is no way I would believe this film was carefully planned out. If it was, it wouldn't be this horrible, it'd just be bad.[/font][/font]
Al J (ca) wrote: This movie is awful. It's a made for TV cliche fest with no depth.
Daniel P (es) wrote: This film pushed the boundary with it's subject matter, heroin addiction. Sinatra is on top form.
William R (nl) wrote: A very generic teen thriller that should be more thrilling than it its
Chris B (ca) wrote: This movie is awesome! What a great way to start off the entire MCU. Jon Favreau was the perfect man to direct this and he knocked it out of the park. But man was Robert Downey Jr not born to play Tony Stark? He really is Tony Stark in real life and just fits the role so perfectly. Gwyneth Paltrow is an awesome Pepper Potts as well. But this movie has great action and comedy a must see and still one of marvels best.
Johan B (kr) wrote: Satisfyingly non-stereotypical where it mattered. To comment on the summary review: How can something be both trite and refreshing?
Li W (br) wrote: David Byrne soundtrack, too!
Happy T (ca) wrote: Weakest of the series and the viral angle is kind of lame but I give them credit with sticking with the format. If they keep the series going them I'm sure they will find all the weirdest ways to tell a found footage movie.
Sowmya A (mx) wrote: With the woman's entry, this starts to looks like the era of Nazis. Mechanical engineers watch this one, will provide some hope to the static field and other engineers watch this to know MechE is exciting, not a couch potato's job!
Bill R (jp) wrote: a decent little movie with a great premise but it was executed poorly. I've said it before, sometimes found footage isn't always the way to go. there could if been better character work through this and great scares had a too notch horror director had his hands on it. when the big finale came up I felt there wasn't much of a connection but it wasn't terrible to watch with the idea if a road trip to find the best haunted house.
jen m (gb) wrote: nice symbolism in this film. well-directed.