Alexandra joins her boyfriend Nathan on a “Slasher Sleepout” weekend, where participants are treated to a thrilling camping trip being stalked by a killer. But the fake killer may be all too real …

There are twists within twists within twists in this movie; it seems to be going in one direction, then abruptly goes in another, and just when you think you have it figured out it all changes again. It has a “Let’s Scare Jessica to Death” vibe, where we are both doubting the protagonist’s sanity and certain that she’s the only sane person on the screen. It’s a fun ride–not especially deep, not particularly daring, but fun.