It's low-budget, and you can tell. The camera work and direction the first 20 minutes is atrocious. Erick McAllister can decide if he is over-acting, or overly supporting the others in each scene-- and you can't blame him sometimes, because the direction is totally lost. Many of the actors do a fantastic job with the lack of good lines and storytelling, especially Audrey Mitchell. Maybe I missed some intended sarcasm, but it just didn't play out. It comes across as amateur, and wasteful.
A detail of random people are told that they are a part of a live testing for data on their reactions in the woods without any technology at their disposal . . . when in reality they are ...
July 1, 2020