Reviewed on 1/25/2012...
Spooky, surreal setting on an Oregon island in foggy winter, absolutely beautiful cinematography. This is a low-budget indie, but with an excellent cast and director. It moves at a slow pace, with the first 17 minutes without dialogue (which makes perfect sense, as the female lead has just arrived alone at the isolated cabin where she spent childhood summers). The description of this movie is a bit misleading, but it would be difficult to describe without giving away some of the very unique plot. It's part ghost story, romance and psychological thriller.
There are some bad reviews on Amazon, and if you only enjoy fast-paced movies and horror featuring blood and gore, pass this one up. It's definitely creepy, though, with an ending you won't see coming and a double-take last scene. If you have an open mind to a different type of movie within the horror genre, you just may love it.
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