Rootwood (2018)

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  • IMDB Rating 3.1

Critic Reviews:

Rootwood revives the dying subgenre of practical effect creature features while also making it a modern motion picture thanks to the use of technology and the integration of found footage (as confessionals, documentary scenes, etc) with traditional narrative story-telling. There’s a lot to look at here, including the beautiful talent and the even more breath-taking scenery, but try to remain focused on the story. It’s creepy and suspenseful until the very end, and it encompasses all demographics of horror lovers.

Rootwood is a mess of freaky, if flawed, fun that sets up a great urban legend (and the investigation there of) and is worth a wicked whirl in my not-so humble opinion!

The Blair Witch Project without the suspense.