Three women reunite for a trip to an island they visited as children. While there, they run into three men. When one of the chicks seduces one of the dudes and lures him into the woods, she teases him but kills him when he tries to take her up on her offers. At this point, you may be thinking this movie will possibly deliver a message of "maybe women shouldn't get drunk and all but promise drunk guys sex only to stop him when he tries", but alas, it's not to be. Instead, the other two dudes get mad, and with revenge on their minds, stalk the women all around the island, and Abby (Katie Aselton), the woman who could one hundred percent be blamed for everything that happens, is made out to be the hero.
Now, before you go all crazy on me, no, I'm not saying women don't have the right to say no in these situations...of course they do, but this movie never gave the impression she was in any great danger before bashing the guy in the head with a rock, and everything leading up to that moment was Abby's friends telling her to stop acting that way--the guy even tried to get her to stop early on, and she kept going. All I'm saying, Abby, is had you not taken a complete stranger into the woods to fornicate, your friend wouldn't have been killed and you and the other friend wouldn't have been beaten and hunted. Oh yeah, the three guys were in the Army together, so naturally, Hollywood makes them nuts. This 2012 disaster is brought to us by writer Mark Duplass of Creep fame, and was directed by Aselton, who happens to be married to Duplass. Kate Bosworth (Straw Dogs) is here as Sarah, the only likable character in the movie--I'll let you guess her fate. A lot of what happens will make you laugh or roll your eyes--my personal favorite was the Army-trained guy who had previously accurately made shots from approximately the next county not being able to shoot one of the victims from about thirty feet. It's sad really, as the movie started off well enough, but as soon as they started the campfire, it was all down hill. There's some cool scenery throughout the movie, a fair amount of gore, and some weird sense we are watching the guys from Without A Paddle in an alternate universe where they are women, but there's really not much else to see with this one.
On A Scale Of One To Ten: 4