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Dread Central Review - A Night in The Woods

In a perfect world, found footage filmmakers would learn from the mistakes of those that came before them. Yet, year after year we’re inundated with the same tired films wherein exceedingly annoying kids decide to film a documentary or capture every second of their vacation, all while doing little more than talking a lot and questioning the necessity of filming before conveniently recording their imminent deaths at the hands of a ghost or an alien or a demon. Honestly, it’s getting old and does nothing more than contribute to the poor reputation this much maligned sub-genre has gained over the past several years. But in the case of Richard Parry, who wrote and directed the 2011 "there’s something in the wood" thriller A Night in the Woods, you can at least see a semblance of effort, despite how often the film falls into found footage convention...

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