Rent Redwood (2017)

2.4 of 5 from 86 ratings
1h 18min
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Synopsis:
Musician Josh (Mike Beckingham) and his girlfriend Beth (Tatjana Nardone) head out to a secluded national park to escape reality and clear their minds. But the couple get more than they bargained for when they ignore the advice of a park ranger (Nicholas Brendon) and venture off the trail, coming face to face with the wood's blood-sucking wildlife.
Actors:
, , , , , , Maciej Kwiatkowski, Julia Szamalek, Tomasz Lewandowski, Pawel Jablonski
Directors:
Producers:
George Burt
Voiced By:
Nick Sadler, Max Sweiry
Writers:
Tom Paton
Studio:
Precision Pictures
Genres:
British Films, Horror, Thrillers
Countries:
UK
BBFC:
Release Date:
26/03/2018
Run Time:
78 minutes
Languages:
English
Subtitles:
None
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.40:1
Colour:
Colour

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Reviews (2) of Redwood

Dont bother - Redwood review by Doug

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25/04/2018

This film is just rubbish don't bother Poor film Poor acting story pathetic the films Im getting in recent weeks are just terrible as i say don't waste you're time with this crap?

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Stay on the path, kids - Redwood review by NP

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28/08/2020

Musician Josh (Mike Beckingham) and his girlfriend Beth (Tatjana Nardone) are good company. Their (mostly) gentle banter is naturalistic and often quite funny – which is just as well because for a good portion of this film’s 78 minute run-time, we accompany them on their fairly uneventful camping trip designed to clear their minds after some devastating news.

That isn’t to say nothing happens during this time. We get many impressive bird’s eye views of the huge national park. At night-time, we are witness, along with the couple, to some strange noises out there in the wilderness. When the aggressors make themselves known at last, Beth and Josh scamper into their tents … as if that is going to make any difference, bless ‘em.

I have read in some reviews that the ending was ‘obvious’. Well, it was a twist I didn’t see coming, and it was handled very well, bringing the story to an effective close. I’ve said before in reviews that, if the audience cares about the characters, then that is the key to a good cinematic experience. I don’t know why so many other projects of this type fail to grasp that simple rule. I enjoyed ‘Redwood’ greatly, mainly for that reason. My score is 8 out of 10.

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