Instead of cabin-in-the-woods horror, it’s cornfield-in-the-woods
Two teen couples in a rural area outside Toronto search for a hidden lagoon amidst the cornfields to par-tay. Unfortunately for them they disregard the ‘No Trespassing’ sign.
"Scarecrows" (2018) takes the plot of “Wolf Creek” (2005) and throws in elements of “Husk” (2011) and “Scarecrow” (2013). Sure, it’s low-budget, formulaic and predictable, but it’s well executed, morbidly beautiful and includes at least one genuine surprise. Meanwhile the score & soundtrack are worthy. I think it’s better to do the same-old/same... read the rest.