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Horror | Thriller
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
78 min
IMDB Rating:
2.5 / 10 
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Directors: Delaney Bishop [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Terrorized at multiple stops on a road trip to Joshua Tree, three friends realize something unexpected is pulling the strings.


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A different and a wild ride!

Very unexpected, very wild found footage movie. Definitely an original movie. After reading reviews, I almost didn't watch it. Since I love found footage movies, I decided to give it a try. Glad I did. I enjoyed it a lot. If your into found footage movies, you have to give it a try. Twists and turns all throughout the movie. I give it a solid 7/10. Don't let the bad reviews keep you from checking it out.


First off, i didn't watch.

The only reason for me to write this is the old question: when will filmmakers realize that recruiting people or bots to push their ratings has the exact opposite effect?!

Do they think viewers are stupid? A simple check on the reviewer's profile shows exactly what you're in for:registered years ago, multiple ratings and activities? Yea, probably a real person.

Registered in the same year - maybe month! - as the movie was released, one rating and review (usually 7-10, apparently to make it less obvious) which is this exact film? Screw you, you're exposed!

And as if that wasn't enough-they seem to have associates who give the over-the-top comments a thumbsup and downvote the not-so-enthusiastic entries!

To all (indie-) filmmakers out there: don't do that. People who watch your movie will be twice as angry for a) falling for the fake rating, and b) wasting their lifetime because of said rating.


So glad I took a chance on this film. What a bizarre and creepy ride. Highly recommend it!
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