I've watched a few films with Melissa George as the lead, most of which I can't remember because they weren't great, so didn't hold out too much hope for this. To be fair, it's probably the best I've seen her do though as it did have a free flowing storyline and a believable concept. What started out as a five person rock climb amongst the Scottish highlands, soon turned into a mafia warfare as the Trekkers accidentally stumble across a young girl that is being held captive by foreign gangsters as a means of demanding a ransom from her rich parents. It's fairly basic but executed quite well, which is similar to how I would describe some of the deaths in it too. It's low budget production creates a more lifelike and raw depiction of the blood and guts and although some of the other actors are fairly average, the action keeps the credibility levels above water. The film has a bit of a change of direction midway through as the adventure drifts from a cat and mouse chase within the woodland, right through to a night time carnival. For me, there was a lot of unpredictability about what was going to happen next and that's a good thing, however I do feel it ended quite abruptly with little explanation as to what happened to all the characters, and why such an event was occurring. Give or take a few years, I may be tempted to try and retrace my steps to see if in fact any of it was already explained in the concluding events, although it isn't quite up there with the movies I'm desperate to view again just yet.