Starring Ry Barrett, Camille Hollett-French, William Foley
Directed by Greg A. Sager
Distributed by Uncork’d Entertainment
What’s that old saying? “If it looks like a duck and craps like a duck…” You get what I’m saying. To think that I was ACTUALLY watching Saw 2 the other night before I received this film to review.
After hitting the play button, I was magically transferred to the land of derivation, whereas for at least the first 30 minutes or so of Kingdom Come from director Greg A. Sager, I was comparing both films at the same time because I could swear I was watching the same film on two screens.
After a brief supernatural interlude that swept away any remaining Jigsaw comparatives, I viewed the remainder of a film that most likely will be tossed into the ever-growing “torture-porn/abandoned location/everyone hates everyone kind of film” heap that has been growing steadily over the past few years. The art of pitching an unlikable assemblage of personas into a deserted locale so that a mysterious lunatic can play mind-games with them certainly isn’t among the freshest of ideas, but it is what we’re working with here so settle in as I prepare to castigate what could have been.
The show starts with our first sufferer of the dreaded curse simply known as “horror movie amnesia” (Ry Barrett) – he’ll fit in nicely as the movie’s archetype, shortly followed thereafter by a menagerie of color-by-numbers characters that fit every stereotype to a T. We’ve got the angry guy (Jo Jo Karume), who isn’t as tortured as everyone thinks, the beautiful lass (Camille Hollett-French), an overtly douchey bigot (Soroush Saidi), and the atypical peculiar little girl that likes to wander, doesn’t speak too often, and when she does… she’s just plain WEIRD. Add a few more no-names that are certain to be fodder for whatever otherworldly force decides to roam the hallways during the movie’s run time, and we’ve got the PERFECT setup for a movie you’ll be sure to forget soon enough.
After a (very) short time, I truly believe that the masses will forsake the supernatural life-ring that gets tossed into the deep end to give this movie a distant swim from torture-porn infested waters. As each respective character begins a daunting course to escape the sinister stronghold that encloses them, we get to learn that their past sins are truly what makes them the target. As the true terror is revealed, and the viewer can finally lay eyes upon these “demons” in all their malevolent glory, the only blood that is liable to be spilled will be from your lip, AFTER you bite it to keep from laughing at the ridiculous guises they’re donning.
After what seems like a never-ending, futile attempt for the group to escape their surroundings, a fairly respectable conclusion is offered. Unfortunately there’s a legion of plot holes that one must jump over or swerve around to get to it, and by that time there’s just been far too much time wasted on the little things before the big picture is finally illuminated. My advice? If this movie manages to materialize in front of you, it would be best to just walk on by.
A handful of new images and a tiny bit of artwork have arrived online for Adam Green’s latest directorial feature film, Digging Up the Marrow. Check ‘em out!
Digging Up the Marrow Release Details:
Image Entertainment has acquired all U.S. rights to the highly anticipated fantasy film DIGGING UP THE MARROW. Starring, written by, and directed by Adam Green and inspired by the artwork of artist Alex Pardee, the film stars Ray Wise (“Twin Peaks,” X-Men First Class), Will Barratt (Frozen), and a roster full of horror genre favorites and iconic artists all appearing as themselves.
When filmmaker Adam Green receives a package from a strange man (Wise) claiming he can prove that monsters exist, he and his crew are taken on a mysterious, fantastical, and terrifying journey into the shadows deep down under the ground below our feet. DIGGING UP THE MARROW is a documentary-style film that blends reality with fantasy in a way that will leave even the most hardcore skeptics believing in the existence of monsters.
“DIGGING UP THE MARROW is the result of an incredibly rewarding four-year creative collaboration,” said Green. “It’s a very unique film that doesn’t neatly fit into any specific sub-genre that has come before it. We’ve been thrilled by the overwhelmingly positive response that MARROW has received at early screenings.”
The monsters in the film are vividly brought to life by visionary American artist and trans-media-artistry pioneer Alex Pardee. Under Green’s ArieScope Pictures, the film was produced by Cory Neal and was financed by Neal and Andrew Mysko’s Hacienda Film Co.
Our friends in the UK at SCREAM Magazine have launched iSCREAM, which offers every edition of the publication – past and present – in digital format; and to celebrate, they’ve offered up three copies of the current Issue #27 for us to give away to a lucky trio of our readers.
Best of all? You can live anywhere in the world and still win!
To enter, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, including your FULL NAME AND MAILING ADDRESS, and we’ll take care of the rest. This contest will end at 12:01 PT, Monday, December 8, 2014.
ISSUE #27 CONTENTS INCLUDE:
- FREDDY KRUEGER: Robert Englund Speaks Out!
- [REC]4: APOCALYPSE: Director Jaume Balagueró Talks Zombies!
- BLOOD ON SATAN’S CLAW: Linda Hayden Interview…
- WRONG TURN 6: Writer Frank H. Woodward Reveals All!
- THE DROWNSMAN: Chad Archibald Talks Monsters!
- V/H/S: VIRAL: The Directors Interviewed…
- CHARLIE’S FARM: Chris Sun Talks Horror From Down Under!
- HORNS: Director Alexandre Aja Interview…
PLUS: DVD/Blu-rays, Books, Comics, Festivals, Games, Previews, News, Reviews, Dark Photography, and Much, Much More!
Curious about iSCREAM? The prices follow (all payments are done through Paypal); just click the link for more info.
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USA = US$1.46
EUROPE = €1.17
SCREAM, Britain’s premiere horror magazine, is published bi-monthly. It’s your best source for horror cinema, DVD/Blu-rays, on-set exclusives, celebrity interviews, books, games, film festival reports, comics, graphic novels, photography, fashion, reviews, previews, and so much more…
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We’ve been reporting on Marcus Nispel’s upcoming film Backmask for several years now, and finally we have something to actually show you other than artwork and images… the NOT SAFE FOR WORK opening credits.
Gage Golightly, Brittany Curran, Stephen Lang, Kelly Blatz, Brett Dier, Nick Nicotera, Nick Nordella, and Michael Ormsby star. Kirsten Elms penned the script that follows a group of teenagers who accidentally release an evil spirit that starts to possess them one by one.
During a sex, drugs, and rock-fueled party, six small-town teenagers find an old vintage record and decide to play it backwards in order to listen for any subliminal/satanic messages. Lo and behold, a seemingly malevolent spirit quickly infiltrates the group, wreaking havoc as it moves from one body to another. Eventually, however, it’s revealed that the spirit in question is actually trying to convey a message… and that the real source of horror isn’t particularly paranormal, but rather something (or someone) much closer to home.
Never ones to let a special occasion go by without offering their fans something fantastic, the powers-that-be at Full Moon Entertainment have a great deal available on Cyber Monday. This isn’t like “free shipping on all orders over $500″ or something like that. We’re talking about 25 percent off EVERYTHING!
That’s right! TODAY, Monday, December 1st, everything in the Full Moon Entertainment universe is 25 percent off! That includes anything you can find at FullMoonStreaming.com or at FullMoonDirect.com. If you can find it there, you’re getting 25 percent off! And believe us… we spend enough time perusing the Full Moon stores. You’ll find plenty of treasures there! You’ll also get FREE two-day shipping via Amazon Prime.
Whether you’re doing some holiday shopping or simply adding to your own collections, Full Moon Entertainment’s Cyber Monday deal is sure to have you dancing around your living room. Grab some Puppet Master swag for Mom, a Head of the Family resin statue for Dad, and an Evil Bong ashtray for your stoner brother. Before you know it, half your Christmas shopping will be done. And with prices like these, you’ll have plenty of scratch left over to throw in a couple things for yourself!
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As usual, the mid-season finale of “The Walking Dead” was an assault on the senses, and it’s a good thing we have until February 8th to recover. But before we creep off to nurse our wounds, let’s take a look “inside” tonight’s Episode 5.08, “Coda,” and get a quick peek at next year’s return, Episode 5.09, which is directed by special F/X guru Greg Nicotero and written by showrunner Scott Gimple.
“The Walking Dead” Episode 5.08 – “Coda” (aired 11/30/14)
Rules and morals have been tossed aside by new enemies. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) will try to find a peaceful agreement, but they might prefer violence. Directed by Ernest Dickerson; written by Angela Kang.
“The Walking Dead” Episode 5.09 (airs 2/8/14)
Directed by Greg Nicotero; written by Scott Gimple.
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Now that NBC has cut off “Constantine” Season 1 at 13 episodes, will the remaining installments be enough to entice more viewers to tune in, thereby ensuring a Season 2? We’re still a few eps behind, but from what we have seen, the quality is improving week by week.
If you’re hanging in there with us, here’s a peek at the upcoming Episode 1.07, “Blessed Are the Damned,” in the form of a huge image gallery plus a promo video.
“Constantine” Episode 1.07 – “Blessed Are the Damned” (12/5/14; 10-11pm)
A SMALL TOWN PREACHER MYSTERIOUSLY GAINS THE ABILITY TO PERFORM MIRACLES – While in art class, Zed (Angélica Celaya) has a bizarre vision of snakes that leads her and John (Matt Ryan) to a small town where a preacher has mysteriously gained the ability to heal his congregation.
Harold Perrineau also stars. Christopher Johnson, David A. Gregory, Juliana Harkavy, Megan West, and Patrick Carroll guest star.
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We didn’t do much shopping on Black Friday, but we did indulge in some leftovers, which meant that by 9PM last night we were back in a turkey coma so haven’t watched “Grimm” yet. But if you’re caught up and ready to look ahead to next week’s Episode 4.07, “The Grimm Who Stole Christmas,” here are several stills from and a preview of the ep.
“Grimm” Episode 4.07 – “The Grimm Who Stole Christmas” (12/5/14; 9-10pm)
CHRISTMAS CHEER COMES TO A HALT WHEN A MENACING THREAT INVADES PORTLAND — Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) are called to investigate a bizarre string of home invasions that lead to an even stranger Wesen phenomena. Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) has a very special Christmas surprise in store for Rosalee (Bree Turner).
Meanwhile, Truble (guest star Jacqueline Toboni) comes to a life changing realization that will affect everyone. Bitsie Tulloch, Sasha Roiz, and Reggie Lee also star.
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Next April, Titan Comics is releasing a modern take on the horror classics of the past with Anathema Book 1: The Evil that Men Do by Rachel Deering, and today they’ve given us a sneak peek consisting of a few pages of the fantastic interior art by Chris Mooneyham.
Dark cults! Haunted souls! A werewolf love story and burning at the stake in the Hammer horror tradition! What more could you want?
Anathema is written by Rachel Deering (Womanthology) with artwork by Chris Mooneyham (Five Ghosts) and Wesley St. Clare. The cover art is by Joe Querio (BPRD, The Witcher), and the release date is April 8, 2015.
WELCOME TO THE NIGHTMARE!
How far will one woman go for the salvation of her beloved? Mercy Barlowe’s love for Sarah brings down Hell when her puritanical father discovers them together – and has his own daughter burnt at the stake.
But death is not the end. A monstrous cult of shapeshifters steal Sarah’s soul as part of its twisted plans to resurrect an ancient evil. To defeat them, Mercy must take on a new form that will give her the power and fury needed to defeat the cult. She must become a werewolf!
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For many “Ghost Adventures” fans two things have become a staple of the show… hearing about (and sometimes seeing) host Zak Bagans’ haunted Las Vegas townhouse and co-investigator Nick Groff… both of which are moving on!
The sale of Zak’s home isn’t exactly news as it’s been on the market for quite some time now, but leave it to TMZ to dig up the listing. According to the site Zak is unloading his 4,700-square-foot Vegas townhouse — complete with a chrome toilet, hidden dungeon behind a bookcase, and alleged paranormal activity — for $459,000.
In other “Ghost Adventures” related news, longtime co-investigator Nick Groff has announced via his Facebook page that he’s no longer with the show.
“Thank you everyone for your support through the years! I’m writing to say that I will no longer be a part of Ghost Adventures on Travel Channel. I am honored to have helped build an amazing paranormal phenomena that has touched people’s lives all around the world. I am continuing to research and investigate all things paranormal as I start the journey through the next stage of my Life. Much respect and love to all my GAC and Ghost Adventures fans. See you all soon…” – Nick Groff (Co-Founder of Ghost Adventures Crew)
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A clip has arrived from tomorrow night’s Episode 10.07 of “Supernatural,” which is entitled “Girls, Girls, Girls,” and it proves that some things aren’t too good to be true!
“Supernatural” Episode 10.07 – “Girls, Girls, Girls” (airs 11/25/14)
ROWENA REAPPEARS — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) stumble upon a demon who is running from Crowley (Mark A. Sheppard). Before they have a chance to shut him down, Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) steps in and takes things into her own hands. Realizing Rowena is trying to recruit and train followers in the art of witchcraft, Sam and Dean come up with a plan to catch her before she can do much damage.
Meanwhile, Hannah (guest star Erica Carroll) runs into a blast from her vessel’s past, which complicates things for her and Castiel (Misha Collins). Robert Singer directed this episode written by Robert Berens.
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A new untitled murder mystery (formerly known as The Blunderer) starring Eddie Marsan, Patrick Wilson and Jessica Biel (pictured) is on its way, and we have the skinny right here. Read on!
Variety is reporting that Andy Goddard, who helmed the third season finale of “Downton Abbey,” is directing the project that is based on Patricia Highsmith’s The Blunderer.
Highsmith’s novel is centered on a successful and handsome man (Wilson) who seems to have it all until the day the body of his wife — played by Biel — is found at the bottom of a cliff. Under the intense scrutiny of the investigation, he commits one mistake after another until he finds his perfect life derailed.
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Tonguing is a technique used with wind instruments to enunciate different notes, but in Friday night’s upcoming Episode 4.06 of “Grimm,” entitled “Highway of Tears,” it is also a method of attack. Check out a sneak peek in which Nick and Hank read up on our Wesen of the Week, who uses that approach on its victims.
“Grimm” Episode 4.06 – “Highway of Tears” (11/28/14; 9-10pm)
NICK WANTS TO BE A GRIMM AGAIN NOW MORE THAN EVER — The justification for Nick (David Giuntoli) to become a Grimm again is made much clearer in the wake of the most recent attack against Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee (Bree Turner).
At work, Nick and Hank (Russell Hornsby) are called to a stretch of highway that acts as a staging area for a horrifying Wesen ritual.
In Vienna, Viktor (guest star Alexis Denisof) meets with a completely broken Adalind (Claire Coffee), now ready to be of assistance in finding and retrieving the baby. Meanwhile, Trubel (guest star Jacqueline Toboni) is surprised by the sudden arrival of an old friend.
Bitsie Tulloch, Reggie Lee, and Sasha Roiz also star. Toni Trucks, Louise Lombard, and Erik Avari also guest star.
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While we remain uncertain just when you can actually see music videos on MTV, the network is still exploring its love affair with the horror genre, and right now we have your first look at Victoria Justice in “Eye Candy.”
The show is set to debut Monday, January 12th. The 10-episode series is executive-produced by Twilight‘s Catherine Hardwicke and Jason Blum (Insidious, Paranormal Activity).
Justice plays Lindy, a beautiful but reclusive hacker whose blog exposes everything from terrorist plots to suspected killers. Convinced by her roommate to begin online dating, Lindy is targeted by a dangerous cyberstalker and believes one of her suitors to be the culprit. When things take a deadly turn, she teams up with the city’s cyber-crime unit to catch the killer.
The sequel to Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla (review) is still a long way off (hopefully the powers-that-be will remember to write the big guy into the movie this time), but that’s not stopping Legendary and FX company MPC from sharing a cool little behind-the-scenes video just in time for Thanksgiving!
Max Borenstein will write the screenplay for the sequel, which Gareth Edwards will direct. Borenstein wrote the first installment that relaunched the reptile and also penned Skull Island.
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Legendary and Warner Bros. have dated the sequel for June 8, 2018. Legendary is producing with Mary Parent, and Alex Garcia will oversee the project for Legendary.
Earlier this month we learned that “Mad Men’s” James Wolk will be starring in CBS’s upcoming series “Zoo,” based on the bestselling novel of the same name by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge; and now we have a bit more casting news to share.
Per Deadline, Paris-born Nora Arnezeder (Maniac, Safe House) will play Chloe Tousignant, a French investigator who meets Wolk’s character while she is on an African safari.
Wolk portrays Jackson Oz, a young, renegade American zoologist who spends his days running safaris in the wilds of Africa when he begins noticing the strange behavior of the animals. As the assaults become more cunning, coordinated, and ferocious, he is thrust into the race to unlock the mystery of the pandemic before there’s no place left for people to hide.
The 13-episode drama series will be broadcast in summer 2015.
Zoo the novel was originally published in September 2012 by Little, Brown and Company and was a #1 New York Times bestseller. It’s been translated into six languages and has sold more than four million copies worldwide.
Jeff Pinkner, Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec, and Scott Rosenberg (who also wrote the script together) are executive producers with Patterson, James Mangold, Cathy Konrad, Bill Robinson, Leopoldo Gout, and Steve Bowen. Brad Anderson (Stonehearst Asylum, The Call, Session 9) is directing. “Zoo” is a CBS Television Studios production.
The series will be distributed domestically by CBS Television Distribution and worldwide by CBS Studios International.
What’s this? A new horror movie heading our way next year that’s not a remake, sequel, OR adaptation? Read on for the first word on Brian Duffield’s The Babysitter, which McG’s Wonderland Sound and Vision has just picked up.
Per Deadline, Duffield’s spec script is a “unique horror/coming of age story.” Not much else is known about The Babysitter except that it’s slated for 2015, McG and Mary Viola will produce, and Duffield will exec produce with Wonderland’s Director of Development Steven Bello, who brought the project in to the company. Wonderland’s COO James McGough brokered the deal along with David Boyle.
Duffield is best known for the upcoming Insurgent (the second installment of the popular Divergent series), and the horror-romance Vivien Hasn’t Been Herself Lately, which also serves as his directorial debut.
We’ll have more as it comes!
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We’ve been talking about Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard starring Billy Zane, Mischa Barton, Felissa Rose, and Dee Wallace for quite some time; and now we’re happy to announce that the flick is coming home to DVD and Blu-ray from Anchor Bay!
From the Press Release:
The rural town of Elwood has always been a “bubble” against the backdrop of an organism-based epidemic where infected humans don’t die; instead they roam to spread the infection in a grisly, horrific way. Those who escape must survive—by any means necessary. But at what price?
On February 3, 2015, Anchor Bay Entertainment presents Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard, an exciting survival thriller about a fallen world that’s provocative as it is chilling. Written and directed by B. Harrison Smith and with a stellar genre cast including Billy Zane (Electrick Children, Titanic, Dead Calm), Dee Wallace (E.T., The Howling), Mischa Barton (“The O.C.,” Walled In), Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp, Satan’s Playground), and Brian Anthony Wilson (Law Abiding Citizen, Limitless), Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard is presented in an unrated version on Blu-ray™ and DVD with an SRP of $26.99 for Blu-ray™ and $22.98 for DVD.
In the film the “Zombie Killers” are a small band of young adults, trained by military vet Seiler (Zane), who have sworn to protect the town and aim for the head if anything threatens Elwood’s last survivors.
Bonus features on Zombie Killer: Elephant’s Graveyard Blu-ray™ and DVD include the behind-the-scenes featurettes “Bloodbath and Beyond,” “The Look of Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard,” and “Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard Behind the Scenes.”
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IFC Midnight has scheduled two new movies for a home video release, At the Devil’s Door and Cam2Cam, and we have your arrival details right here! Look for both of them December 16, 2014.
From the Press Release:
A real estate agent looking to sell a house must deal with a satanic presence that just won’t vacate the premises in AT THE DEVIL’S DOOR, a star-studded shocker that will have home audiences cringing when it comes to Blu-ray and DVD on December 16, 2014, via IFC Midnight and MPI Media Group, with SRPs, respectively, of $29.98 and $24.98.
When ambitious young real estate agent Leigh (Best Actress Academy Award nominee Catalina Sandino Moreno; Maria Full of Grace, Che, “Red Band Society”) is asked to sell a house with a checkered past, she crosses paths with a disturbed, possibly abused teenaged girl who seems to be a squatter in the empty house – and who, Leigh learns, is the runaway daughter of the couple selling the property.
When Leigh tries to intervene and help her, she becomes entangled with a supernatural force that soon pulls Leigh’s artist sister, Vera (Naya Rivera; “Glee”) into its web and has sinister plans for both of them. Ashley Rickards of MTV’s hit series “Awkward” also stars.
With nail-biting terror, writer-director Nicholas McCarthy’s (The Pact) AT THE DEVIL’S DOOR is an unforgettable venture into the supernatural. “If spookhouse immersion is your horror-flick bottom line, you’ll relish AT THE DEVIL’S DOOR,” said Alan Scherstuhl of The Village Voice. Wrote Aisle Seat’s Mike McGranaghan, “Containing some genuinely gutsy, unexpected twists, [the film] cheerfully plays with your expectations, pulling the rug out from under you whenever it damn well pleases.”
The film had its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival and screened to acclaim at other international festivals before receiving a national theatrical release from IFC Midnight.
What happens when the virtual world and the real world collide, and the people on the other side of the screen you thought you were safe from turn out to be dangerously close? A terrifying look at the supposed anonymity of online interactions, CAM2CAM shows that even in the real world, sometimes nothing is as it seems. Backpacker Allie (Tammin Sursok; “Pretty Little Liars,” 10 Rules for Sleeping Around) has just arrived in Bangkok, Thailand, to hunt down her sister’s killer. When Allie meets fellow Americans Michael and Marit (newcomer Ben Wiggins and Sarah Bonrepaux of ABCs of Death), she thinks she’s found some much-needed friends. But her new acquaintances are Web performers who harbor a terrible secret, and before long the dark menace beneath Michael’s easy charm and the strange bisexual magnetism of Marit lead Allie to a discovery that may bring her to the brink of madness. In a city where foreigners come to reinvent themselves, Allie learns, perhaps too late, that people aren’t necessarily who you think they are.
This chilling IFC Midnight theatrical release is from writer-director Joel Soisson (Children of the Corn: Genesis; The Prophecy: Uprising, Pulse 2: Afterlife).
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The latest Bigfoot film to stomp our way, Exists from Ed Sanchez, is a winner; and if you missed it during its limited theatrical run or on VOD, fear not! You’ll soon be able to take the big guy home on DVD!
From the Press Release:
The terrifying urban legend comes to life when Exists arrives on DVD (plus Digital) and Digital HD February 3rd from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The film is currently available via On Demand.
From the director of The Blair Witch Project, Eduardo Sanchez, Exists takes you back to the woods in this first-person account of a legend on a deadly attack. The Exists DVD includes an audio commentary with director Eduardo Sanchez, deleted scenes, and two behind-the-scenes featurettes. The Exists DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $19.98.
For five friends, it was a chance for a summer getaway – a weekend of camping in the Texas Big Thicket. But visions of a carefree vacation are shattered with an accident on a dark and desolate country road. In the wake of the accident, a bloodcurdling force of nature is unleashed – something not exactly human, but not completely animal – an urban legend come to terrifying life… and seeking murderous revenge.
DVD SPECIAL FEATURES
- Audio Commentary with Director Eduardo Sanchez
- “21 Days in the Woods: Behind-the-Scenes of Exists” featurette
- “Bringing Bigfoot to Life” featurette
- Deleted Scenes