Synopsis: For five friends, it was a chance for a summer getaway - a weekend of camping in the Texas Big Thicket. But visions of a carefree vacation are shattered with an accident on a dark and desolate country road. In the wake of the accident, a bloodcurdling force of nature is unleashed - something not exactly human, but not completely animal - an urban legend come to terrifying life - a Bigfoot seeking murderous revenge for the death of its child.
Director(s): Eduardo Sánchez
Production: Lionsgate
  1 win & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
81 min

- You're gonna burn him. Be careful.

- Shut up.

Oh, my God...


You girls are cruel.

Guys, quit. You're going...

seriously, just stop.

You're going to burn...

What was that?!

- Oh!

- Matt, stop.

- Wha...

- Matt, stop the car. You hit something.

- What?

Wait, let me

get my camera.

Something's burning.

The engine's burning.

F***ed up

the front end.

Everyone, chill.

Everyone, chill.

You gonna give the deer

mouth-to-mouth resuscitation?

Hit a f***ing deer

or something.

I mean, you good, man.

The car's still running.

- I'm good?!

- There's nothing leaking...

- 700 bucks! - Look, there's nothing

leaking at the bottom, bro.

You're straight.

It sounded fine.

- We can get there. Let's go.

- I know, but it's just...

That wasn't no deer, bro.

It's here.

- F***, what is that?

- Over there.

Look at the leaves.

Holy sh*t.

Guys, something's moving

out there.

Let's go!


- Okay, okay. We're coming. Chill.

Matt, maybe we

should just go home.

Babe, I've driven,

like, eight hours.

- I'm not just going to turn

around. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Really? Really?

My beard?

- Shut up, Brian.

- You shut up.

You burnt

my f***ing beard.

Yo, did anybody see

what that was?

- Maybe it was a bear.

- Wait, wait, wait.

- I got something. I don't

know if it was a f***ing bear.

It's probably a deer or

something. What is that?

Yo, what the f***

is that?

It looks like it's walking.

F***ing sh*t!

I think I missed the

road. What the hell?

There we go. This is it.


Oh, that sh*t is overgrown.

- Is this for real it?

- Oh, my God.

Trust me, it's better

on the other side, guys.

Dude, I don't remember it

being this...

- Do you remember where we stop?

- No.

Bro, your uncle

has a cabin out here?

Yeah, dude.

- Um...

- What the f***, bro?

We're not getting past that.

- It's seriously just up here.

- We've got to walk from here.

What do you mean

you can't...

- What? Where do you want to go around?

- I don't know!

What are you

getting out for?

She's right. We have to walk from here.

- Are you serious?

- I'm not walking.

Black people

don't do this sh*t, man.

All right, guys. It's

just up here to the right.


Anybody hear that?

Hear what?

I heard something, man.

There it is.

Is that it?

- Yeah.

Home, sweet home.


Trust me, guys. It looks a

lot better in the daylight.

- Oh, sh*t. Jesus.

- Watch out on the right.

There's a loose board.

Uh, whoa.

- Guess we didn't need to steal

the keys, huh? - Shut up.


Um, I mean, yeah, we just need to brush

off some of these leaves and stuff,

but, yeah, this is it.


When's the last time

he was here?

Kind of looks like

somebody left in a hurry.

It's like a lovemaking

palace up in here.

Sweat stains on it.

Usually they got rose petals

and sh*t on the ground,

but we got leaves.

We got leaves. You can make

tons of magic up in here.

I mean, you just hop on,

you know?

Oh, baby!

All right, Brian.

- Yeah!

- So lame.

- Brian, quit it.

You're making it

all f***ing dusty.

F***ing job!

- What the hell was that?

- What was that?



Matt, hold on.

Matt. Wait up.

Don't go over there.

Seriously, there's

a f***ing pig in your cabin?

- Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

- Oh, hell, no, man.

We'll get it out and we'll just...

- I'm not touching it!

It's your cabin. And I'm not

staying in this motherf***er.

It's a f***ing hog.

We're out in the woods.

- I'm not staying here.

- Me neither.

Come on, babe.

F*** that.



What is that?

You see anything?


Just go to sleep.

It sounds like it's crying.

Close the window, dude.

- Do you hear that?

- Close the window.

Dude, you don't hear...

come on.

Oh, you're a dick.

Dude, do you think it was that sh*t

that Uncle Bob saw back in the day?

Shut up about that.


Not a word about any of that

stupid sh*t. I'm serious.

I'm serious.

Maybe it's that thing we hit.

Oh, my God.

What do we got here?

So this is pretty sweet.

Usually when you put a GoPro

camera inside of this casing,

it doesn't focus very well


So I went out and I bought

one of these bad boys.

That's going to help me focus

underwater because it's got a flat lens.

So we're pretty much going to get

some pimp shots underwater today.

What's going on? Hey.

- Brian.

- What's up?

- Come swimming with us.

- Oh, I'll be right there.

Mm. What's up?

How you doing?

- What is this?

- It's called a little GoPro camera.

- You're an obsessed freak.

- What's going to happen is

I'm going to make you guys

look like super pimps

because we're going to have

the best YouTube video ever.

- You're lame. Let's go.

- Hold up, hold up.

- I got to get

this sh*t together.

Die, motherfuckers!

Good sh*t!

That's great sh*t!

Sh*t, dude, nice!

- What you got? What you got?

- Want to see what I got?

- I'd love to see what you got.

- I'm going to show y'all what I got.

- Hold up, this is how I'm about to do it.

- Make me proud.

YouTube ain't got

sh*t on us, man!

Oh! Damn!

I don't know. Todd may have

just shown up Matt for sure.


What've we got here?

Looks like a little

love walk going on.

God, I am so

going to hell for this.

Todd, you son of a b*tch.

I hate you,

you lucky bastard.

I shouldn't be

shooting this.

Oh, sh*t!

What the f*** is that?!

What the sh...

what the hell was that?

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Jamie Nash is a fictional character from the British Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks, played by Stefan Booth. The character appeared between 2001 and 2002. more…

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