Two mates (the asforementioned Cliff and Derek, playing themselves) are on a hiatus from college to go on a Eurotrip. They get as far as Paris before an encounter with a lovely lady leaves the rest of their trip tainted by an increasingly nightmarish situation.
The film builds similarly to its peers but with a charmingly good sense of unease and an excellent and appropriate amount of gore.
The camera work is great, not giving too much of that motion sickness I've come to expect from such films and the story telling is good, if a little long in the build up.
The plot manages to breathe some life into an old story and bring it into today's culture with great ease and style.
The best way to enjoy this film is to go in knowing as little as possible and let the events unfold.
A fun and creative endeavour from two young and talented film makers. A very good highlight in the ~Glasgow Film 4 Fright Fest 2014 lineup.
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