A recently widowed traveler is kidnapped by a cold blooded killer, only to escape into the wilderness where she is forced to battle against the elements as her pursuer closes in on her.
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"Wife asked me to point out how the man is literally teleporting random places along with his car. This guy appears off terrain in random places, knows to cut down trees before people even drive those paths, and keeps being everywhere. I expected him to be part of a giant cloned hivemind he'd be right behind her so many times despite how she went down rapids or washed up random places. He's rolling a nat 20 every time. He took every turn despite not seeing her take those. Man would be a beast in DnD."
"A tense psychological horror/thriller, starring Jules Willcox, Marc Menchaca and a brief appearance by Anthony Heald, that unfolds in 4 acts. Willcox/Jessica tries to regroup by moving out of the city after a personal tragedy has left her emotionally scarred. She doesn't get very far before she encounters our antagonist played by Menchaca. There's no time-shifting backstory although we do find out the cause of her despair midway through the movie. As with most movies of this genre there are many moments of frustration brought on by Jessica's actions. It also has its share of unbelievable moments. I feel both MCs did a solid job: She looked genuinely scared and he was a genuine, creepy bad guy. There's nothing Oscar worthy here and there are no crazy plot twists, but it's a decent film with enough edge of your seat moments to keep you interested. Watch it at night, near a fireplace with a loved one, or Alone. I'd watch it again and would recommend it to anybody that doesn't like to dissect every movie they watch as of they're taking inventory of a cadaver frog, while others are using it as a vehicle for entertainment. I know far too many people like that and I won't watch movies with them. They're akin to people that have no business using a drive through at fast food restaurants, and I won't entertain that either. On a side note, I think Menchaca looks like the trilaminate love child of Kiefer Sutherland, Jason Sudeikis and Gary Cole/ Bill Lumbergh in this film."
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