In a couple days you won't need coffee.
A young couple head to an uninhabited island off the coast of Australia for a private ten day vacation. The female is a marine biologist and she teaches her boyfriend how to survive in the outdoors; however, shortly after they arrive on the island they see footprints and their items have been tampered with. As they dig around the island, they discover an old book and a legend of a woman who used to live on the island. How does the footprints and legend tie together?
"Why would we want to leave early?"
Bill Bennett, director of Shipwrecked, Jilted, Malpractice, A Street to Die, Backlash, Tempted, Kiss or Kill, In a Savage Land, and The Nugget, delivers Uninhabited. The storyline for this picture is actually interesting despite being slow and uneventful. The action is scarce and just okay and the acting is above average. The cast includes Geraldine Hakewill, Henry James, Bob Baines, Bill Milionis, and Tasia Zalar.
"She will kill you. You're next."
This is another picture I watched off Netflix as a horror movie that would not be online after this week. This movie definitely kept my attention and had me interesting in what was going to happen next, but it was very average and just okay. Overall, I would say this movie isn't a complete waste of time but also isn't a movie I would go too far out of my way to see.
"It's one of the deadliest creatures in the world."