Directed by Bill Bennett
Young couple, Harry and Beth, charter a boat and head out to a remote island for a different type of vacation, away from the trappings of modern life. Setting up camp, the pair begin to enjoy themselves as they start exploring the Australian paradise. But when they discover their belongings are missing and strange footprints have appeared on the otherwise deserted island, they realise that they are not alone. Premiering at the Cannes film festival, UNINHABITED is a beautifully shot island ghost story with a suspenseful mystery reminiscent of the 2008 British horror, EDEN LAKE.
Harry and Beth find their getaway island not so deserted in this suspenseful ghost story.
Cast: Tasia Zalar, Henry James
swept away by the story the film reminded me of the beach but with better characters than the beach the male actor was reminiscent of a young Marlon Brando highly recommended
Terrible acting and raunchy
Relationship wasn't that believable but story was good, nice location and good score to. Nothing special but worth a watch to say you have
5 skulls because a lot of work went in it, but the rythm was a little off and the character writing was lacking at best. Still a good background film though