30 Miles From Nowhere
Directed by Caitlin Koller
After the suicide of their old college pal, six friends descend upon the Wisconsin summer home they frequented in their youth. The creep factor at the cabin is high, with a thumping in the crawlspace, blood spurting from the pipes, and a cockroach infestation in the guest bedroom. When a dead man starts appearing at the windows, they begin to wonder who they buried, if not their friend, and find themselves faced with the ultimate human dilemma, to kill or be killed, in order to make it to morning.
When five college pals return to rural Wisconsin for their estranged friend's funeral, what begins as an uneasy reunion becomes a terrifying fight for survival.
Cast: Carrie Preston, Rob Benedict, Cathy Shim, Seana Kofoed
There's an interesting idea at work here but the execution isn't very good. The primary problem here is that all the characters are such awful people that it's difficult to stay with it until something exciting happens. The only reason I stuck it out with this one is because I really REALLY wanted to see all these people get killed. These characters don't seem like real people, they don't come across as friends, and within ten minutes of being in each other's company they're exposition dumping about how terrible they've all been to each other over the years. Still, I did make to the end, so it wasn't bad enough to make me turn it off.
a good and interesting movie
Not to bad
Ah yah, it is good if you don't think about it at the end.