Fifteen years ago, two teenage girls were murdered at Merrymaker Campgrounds. The case was filed an animal attack, the camp was condemned and the killer never found - but something horrific still waits in those woods.
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Richard Kind can do drama. Matt Kane cannot direct. Christen Harper should not act. Watch Ex-Machina, Her, S1mone; hell, watch Bicentennial Man for Robin Williams or even Cherry 2000, Westworld, and D.A.R.Y.L. to satisfy that vintage hunger pang -- go re-watch Black Mirror if you must but Auggie? It will unapologetically bore you out of 1h20m of your life and if that doesn't sound so bad, consider this. Hitchcock's Rope, Before Sunset, Run Lola Run, they all clock in at 80 minutes running time, too.
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