Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight

Addicted to technology, a group of teens attends a rehabilitation camp in the forest, but a sinister force there intends to take them offline forever. #They died without internet.


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at 02:10 am

Mostly good watch, could watch again, and can recommend, especially for a Bad Movie Night. Another movie from the land of bad dubs, and it doesn't look like a 2020 movie, but it is Polish (?) so the production value is forgivable. I'm honestly unfamiliar with what the standards are for European studios, so this is comparative other movies I've seen from American studios. While I think the cast did a great job, and the story is basically solid. Surprisingly the villains are the odd part in this one. Usually the villains make the movie, especially in horror, but they sort of phoned in the origin story for this one. They could have just left out the space rock and it would have been fine. The look of the villains is more gross than scary, and they don't play up traditional horror setups to raise anxiety in the audience. Despite the failures and lack of personalities in the villains, the cast picks up some of the slack, with Julia Wieniawa-Narkiewicz carrying most of the movie.