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produced by
Miles Doleac, Lindsay Anne Williams, Wesley O'Mary, James Victor Bulian, John Lawrence Doleac (executive), Rachel Nichols for Historia Films, Artist Vodka Films
directed by Miles Doleac
starring Rachel Nichols, Yohance Myles, Miles Doleac, Lindsay Anne Williams, Elena Sanchez, Rachel Ryals, Sarah Fisher, Christian Stokes, Chima Chekwa, Manon Pages, Tatiana Piper, Sherri Eakin, Mike Mayhall, Jeremy London, Wesley O'Mary, Christian Stokes, Oliver Hofer (voice)
written by Miles Doleac, Michael Donovan Horn, music by Clifton Hyde, special makeup effects by Ashley Treadaway

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Robin's (Rachel Nichols) grandfather Karl (Jeremy London) has died and has left her his hunting lodge deep in Germany's Black Forest, and so Robin and her husband Leo (Yohance Myles) decide to pay the place a visit, even though Robin doesn't remember her times with her granddad in the woods too fondly, as they were all about hunting and killing, and at one point granddad even had her eat the eye of a stag - which was one of the reasons why her dad moved to the USA back when she was still young. In the woods, Robin and Karl stumble upon Karl's good friend Arthur (Miles Doleac), a hunter just like grandfather, and just like grandfacher he has a daughter, Amalia (Rachel Ryals), whom he teaches in hunting and killing. And then suddenly Robin and Leo, Arthur and Amalia, and Russian tourist Katya (Tatiana Piper) and prostitute Tabitha (Manon Pages) all find themselves chained to trees, to soon be confronted by a trio of witches (Lindsay Anne Williamns, Elena Sanchez, Sarah Fisher) and their grotesque strongman (Christian Stokes), where they are informed that they have been chosen as prey for their demon god Cernunnos (Chima Chekwa), who is a hunter out of passion. And when our heroes are released into the woods in randomly chosen pairs, it soon shows who's got what it takes to survive - and for whom survival of the fittest means sacrificing others ...


Now I have to admit, the mythological undercurrents of this movie are not as wholly fleshed out as one might like them - but that really hardly matters, as it's much more the story itself that matters here, and the action resulting from it, than any backstories, and the film sure is fast-paced enough to keep one engaged throughout, while actual care is taken to make the key characters into more than just cannonfodder, all resulting in a pretty cool piece of genre entertainment.



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