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Bloody-Disgusting Review - YellowBrickRoad

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So, Yellowbrickroad, an official selection at the Slamdance Festival in 2010. First time directors and writers Andy Mitton and Jesse Holland conceived this idea in 2007 and developed it over a couple years. What they came up with is a typical plot (a group of eight people head into the woods on a mission to solve an urban legend), but what they did with it was very original. The character development was nice, with solid acting and good dialogue, and some authentic sounding New England accents. The script is smart and moves well, building tension and conveying a scary, isolated and lost atmosphere by the time the first kill occurs. Although they make you wait, the first kill is brutal and unexpected.

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