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Starring Michelle Borth, Alex Feldman, and Jon Ada, the low-budget, direct-to-video thriller Trespassers opens with a series of twentysomethings — Colin and his freewheeling, hard-driving surf buddies — jetting toward Baja in their convertible, heading out to meet Colin's long-estranged brother for a weekend of wild parties and wild waves. But a string of wrong turns and dead ends causes the group to get lost en route to the beach, and propels them into a series of bizarre encounters with the freakish locals. Matters do not improve when the group finally reaches its destination — the beach is deserted, Colin's brother nowhere in sight. And upon waking up the next morning, Colin and his pals find themselves entrapped in a sea of mutilation, ensconced by supernatural predators hell-bent on eating them alive.
The synopsis says they are heading to the beach in a convertible...
...then the trailer shows them loading up a station wagon. Get it right. And if you want people to watch your movie, then you will have to put more effort into the trailer, which showed absolutely nothing.
Film School Dropouts - STOP MAKING HORROR MOVIES! Plz?
This is a bad movie even for bad horror movies. And I like bad horror movies. I think this was some kind of zombie movie, maybe? And one person in the group somehow knew the story of the haunted beach, even though they got lost and didn't know where they were, and even though there were no original survivors (who told the story then?). So, some cult killed their leader or something? And step two was... And then step three ZOMBIES! I honestly can't tell what was happening since it was so dark and the camera was either too close or too far away and usually bobbing around to see. Kudos to get onto iTunes with this drek, but please stick to internet video sites to put your film school-dropout horror movie into the wild.
werid and creppy
it is hard to stay with