Synopsis: Four big-city girlfriends on an adventure vacation in the Florida Everglades look forward to fun and excitement in one of the world's most legendary wilds.But what begins as the annual girls getaway they'll always remember descends into a terrifying nightmare they'll never forget when they become the prey of a depraved backwater clan who know they have the girls right where they want them... alone and defenseless.Overpowered and on the run, all the friends have is each other as they're forced deeper and deeper into the Glades to face a horrifying test of courage that pushes them to the edge. And they confront just how far they must go to survive.
Production: MVD Entertainment Group
88 min




(slow twangy music)




(suspenseful crescendo)

- Hey boy.


You better come here.

(dramatic music)


Time to die, boy.

Time to die!




- [Angie] Ladies

and no gentlemen,

welcome aboard Angela Airlines.

I'll be your host for the

weekend, Angela Cooper.

The getaway girls'

grand vacation

is officially underway.


- It's so great to see you guys.

- Oh, me too.

- Here we go.

- Since it was my turn

to plan this year,

I thought let's do something

a little different.

- I mean, we've done Vegas,

cruises, spas.

And, all of that

seems so boring.

Come on, I'm serious.

You know, let's get out

there and really go for it;

push ourselves

like we used to.

- It could be fun.

- [Angie] Alright.

- I'm in.

- I trust you.

- [Angie] You better.

Let's do it.


- We made it.

- It's all like I imagined it.

(cellphone ringing)

- Hi Paige.

How are you?

I miss you too, baby.

No, I'll be home

real soon, okay?

You being a good

girl for grandma?



I'll talk to you soon.

Let me talk to Grandma, okay?

Hey Mom.

No, we're kind of in

the middle of nowhere.

But, there'll be a car

to pick us up soon.

The reception is

really bad out here.




(slow twangy music)

(upbeat music)

- About time.

(upbeat music)

- Howdy, ladies.

Y'all must be the Cooper party.

- We're a party alright.

And, what's your name, cowboy?

- Down, girl.

- Name's Danny.

I'll be your ride.

- Well, I guess we better

saddle up then, huh?

- Yeah, saddle up, bareback.

To be honest with you,

it don't make much

difference to me.

Excuse me.

Let me get your bags.

- You just don't waste

a second, do you?

- Alright, right in here.

- Hey Brooke,

why don't you get up front?

- There's only 87

people who live here?

- Well, there's 81 now.

A few folks have passed

since they did that sign.

- Wow.

I think Chicago back home

is nearly three million.

(horns blaring)


- Hey boys.

- What are they doing?


It's okay.

Oh relax, Mom.

- Later boys.

- Sorry about that, ladies.

It's just some local wildlife.

We don't get too many

city girls out here.

How many of you have

ridden these things before?

- Right here, cowboy.

- Alright.

You guys go ahead

and take your pick.

Turn these things out.

Looking like a bunch of

kids in a candy store.

Ladies like these things.


Wanna make sure they're neutral.

Make sure your key is

in the on position.

There you go, just like that.

Put your brake on.

And, go ahead and hit that

little green button right there.

(engines turn over)

There you go.


Looking good.

Rev them up a little bit.

There you go.


Now, all you gotta do is

put your brake up, put

them in drive and take off.

You guys know where

you're going, right?

- Oh yeah.

We know how to do this.

- See you guys later.

- Follow me.

(playful music)

- Slow down.

- Wait for me.


(playful music)


- This is crazy.

- Come on, Meg.

Speed up.

- Kat.

(bold music)


- Let's go.

B*tch, come on.


(bold music)


(bold music)

- Ange, are you sure this is it?

- Pretty sure.

Why don't we go check it out.

Come on.

What are you guys waiting for?


Shoot, watch your step.

- Oh my God, you guys,

I can't wait to

take a hot shower.

- Girl, you are not kidding.

- I don't care.

I call the shower.

- Hello.

Oh wow.

- Oh my God.

Have you ever seen

anything like this?

- It looks like a fricking

romance novel in here.

- Check it out.

- Ooh wow.


- Oh sh*t.

What the hell is that?

- Oh come on.

You're not serious.

It's a boar hog.

- It's a boar hog.

That's disgusting.

You're sick.

- There's some great

hunting around here.

- Hey, the only thing

I'm hunting is a shower.

- Okay.

Well, you go do that.

- Hey, girls,

it's party time.

- Now, that's what

I'm talking about.

(suspenseful whir)

(water rushing)

- Care package from home?

- Yeah.

Paige made me promise I'd

bring Mr Teddy for good luck.

- Aw, that's so cute.

- Yeah.

She's such a sweetheart.

- So, how are you guys doing?

- We're doing good.

Busy as ever.

School, dance, soccer.

It gets crazy.

- I mean, how are

you really doing?

- We're hanging in there.

We're working through things.

Since we lost Stephen...

- I'm sorry.

You don't have to talk about it.

- No.

No, it's okay.

She just,

she doesn't really understand

that he's not coming home.

And, she still draws these

little pictures for him.

- You know, I am

so proud of you.

I mean,

I just can't imagine to go

through something like that.

- Well, I have to

be strong for Paige.

- Come here.

Do you know how lucky

she is to have you?

Come on.

Let's get you a glass of wine.

(lively jazz)

Oh look.

The getaway girls are

up to same old tricks.

What's going on?

- Okay, you guys.

Here is where we pick up

the four wheelers

with Danny, girls.

And, we rode along these trails


all the way to the east.

- That was a blast.

Wasn't that a blast?

- It was.

- I'm just saying.

- Alright, new rule.

New rule;

this cannot get out.

I mean, I can't believe

how trashed I am.

- I love it.

- What was I saying?

- Like I said;

whatever happens in Vegas,

stays in Vegas.

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