The Woods Have Eyes (2007)
When an older camper takes his na´ve young counterparts on a forbidden excursion into the forest, the group quickly discovers that a lingering urban legend has terrifying roots in reality. It's a serine summer day in Upstate New York, and many families have chosen to soak in the sun with a weekend camping excursion. Wisecracking camper Joe knows well the local legend concerning a murderous backwoods hunter named Cappy, and he's determined to have a laugh at the expense of his na´ve young counterparts. One day, after Carmine leads his group across the river that marks the camp's boundaries, Joe attempts to convince his fellow campers that Cappy is more than an amusing campfire tale, and that his cabin is actually fairly close by. When the wandering group runs across a cabin in a remote clearing, Joe peers through the window and sees a dead girl sprawled out on the floor. Cappy's son Clem is weeping over her lifeless body. When Clem hears something moving outside, the chase begins. … More
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THE WOODS HAVE EYES. THEY HAVE THEM. EYES.
This movie is woeful. It is taking itself too seriously to be enjoyable on a camp level, but it's too shitty to accomplish a single one of its aspirations. Also, the characters are unbelievably dumb, moreso than typical horror bodies waiting to hit the floor. These kids are grade-A idiots.
You really just want them to die by the end. And though it may seem like the great beyond is their destination...well, wait for the ending. It's pretty fucking infuriating.
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