What happens when three couples who are in medical school decided to take a much needed vacation and go camping in the woods? The answer is revealed in IFC Midnight with Scream Factory's newest release, Feral.
When the group heads out into the woods everything is going great, untill they are attacked by a human monster of some kind. It turns out it's due to some type of infection so naturally when you get bit, or killed, or mauled, or whatever you then become one of these monsters.
Our group does manage to find a cabin in the woods inhabited by a strange man and they begin to suspect this could be where the infection started. As they are med students they not only try to survive and escape, but find the cure as well.
Filled with plenty of blood and Gore this film will satisfy any horror fan. Intestines ripped out, faces bit, you name it. Feral does not just rely upon the popular "Jump Scare" tactics like most films like this do, instead it takes and combines other elements. Yes there are jump scares but there is also drama, suspense, and yes plenty of blood. While filmed with a small budget, the film makes every little thing work
Well acted, especially from Scout Taylor-Compton of Rob Zombies Halloween fame as Alice. She's smart and tough in this role, and not to take anything away from the other actors, she holds the whole thing together.
If your in the mood for a new fresh horror film do yourself a favor and pick this one up. Scream Factory has done another amazing job one this transfer and it's definitely one to add to your collection.
Overall 3 out of 5 Stars