|Movie: Enter Nowhere
Studio: Caliber Media Company
Director: Jack Heller
Stars: Sara Paxton, Scott Eastwood, Katherine Waterston
Length: 89 Minutes
Plot: After each facing hardships that changed their lives, three strangers find themselves mysteriously gathered at a remote cabin — and as they discover the connection that links them, they must join forces to survive and make it out of the woods.
Review: Enter Nowhere begins with a run-of-the-mill convenience store robbery when one of the assailants wants the clerk to open the safe before escaping the crime. The cashier says something bizarre, and right when you are ready for some action, the story shifts to a woman in the woods with only a broken down cabin around.
From there a few characters appear out of nowhere, and basically, there are 3 people stranded in the woods trying to cope with getting back to their lives. One of the three characters is Sara Paxton from Shark Night 3D and the new, lethargic ghost movie, The Innkeepers.
The story starts to drag at an unprecedented level with the only mystery being how are all these people are connected. Even when it is revealed, 90% of viewers would have probably of guessed what the twist is. There are very few scares and while this does hit the horror genre, it is one that doesn’t particularly deserve it.
There are a few good things to mention with Enter Nowhere, namely the acting, the characters were all vastly different and it made for some interesting conversations. Another positive point is there are a few flashback style scenes that were pulled off well, with crazy coloring, bright hues and spiraling camerawork.
Enter Nowhere was just released on DVD at the end of April, and for the horror fan, their just isn’t anything here to grab your attention or maintain any level of fright whatsoever. The movie is a bore and one I could see many fans stopping the film before it is over and going to something else. Enter Nowhere is a drag and should be avoided. If you want a Sara Paxton film to watch I recommend the remake of The Last House On The Left, a much better horror movie for sure.
| Reviewer: BillChete
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