In this off-kilter thriller, Cath, a recently orphaned young woman, visits her newly inherited lakehouse. There she meets Ryan, a local man who used to work for her parents. With multiple moons suspended in the sky and something strange lurking in the woods, the two begin to form an unusual bond with one another. However, as the relationship develops and motivations are revealed, Cath begins to realize she should have just stayed home. —Jake BurgessI’ve watched many Canadian movies despite their low ratings. Many of which were made by novices where perhaps the sound was bad or the cameraperson gave one motion sickness (or both) but at the heart of the film was a good story or unique tale leaving the viewer with things on think on. THIS IS NOT IT!The only possible redeeming qualities here might be practice for high school classes or as critique examples in 1st term acting, film, make-up or studio courses.1/2 star for the attempt and 1/2 star for the gained experience in how not to write, produce, direct and film a movie people might want to watch. Stick with it kids but find some higher caliber mentors if you are serious.