A young couple embark upon their honeymoon against the chilling landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. But when tragedy strikes, gruesome secrets from their past collide with sinister forces of the present...
I watched the film today and the whole time I saw it I thought it was Brittany Snow with dyed hair... But it turns out it was someone named Shantel VanShanten.
Anyhow the movie is a little all over the place quite often, the main story could have made for a pretty good flick but it wasn't executed as good as it could have been. That said it did manage to keep the mystery going rather well, there was a couple ways it could have ended up and wasn't really sure what was what until the end. So yeah kudos on that at least.
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