|release date||February 14 2006|
|director||Linwood D. Neverson|
|writer||Linwood D. Neverson|
|starring||Alessandra Ramos, Omar Jermaine|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisA group of students singed up for a college credit course about indigineous cultures at a rural retreat. But, when darkness falls, the students find out that the curriculum also included their bloody deaths. Terror begins when darkness reigns and survival depends on staying alive until......The Dawn.
The Dawn, as the name ominously implies, is simply a measurement of survival, some mythic moment when all will be well, when the nightmare will end. Can you make it to the dawn? The question should be, can you make it through the dawn? This film is hampered right from the start. There is something wrong in a school system where a dead student lying in the hallway doesn’t elicit some serious police investigation and staff intervention. There is also something dangerously wide of the mark in a culture where the students who find the sliced up kid don’t seem that upset, but that’s a whole big sociological debate that’s way over the head of this pic. The film soon picks up as our wanton group of college students head off to the woods for a weekend academic retreat to study the sacrificial rituals of indigenous cultures. Sounds like the perfect breeding ground for psychos, substance abuse and sex scenes. …Read More