|release date||February 19 2013|
|writer||Glenn Withrow, Hallie Todd, Ivy Withrow|
|starring||Hallie Todd, Thomas Wilson Brown, Karli Blalock, Anna Goodwin, Larissa Hayden, Lilli Hendrickson, Erin McIntosh, Olivia Meyer, Hailee Naccarato, Jessica Pepeli, Katie Simpson, Brooklyn Tate|
|tagline||Missing persons don't just vanish|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisA group of gadget-addicted teenage girls come together in Idaho to work through a program run by psychologist Nancy. It’s a program about change, losing dependency on technology and forming real relationships. They set off up river in a houseboat, but are soon forced to moor and camp on a riverbank in the middle of nowhere. During the night, a strange, aggressive couple moors beside them, harassing the group. When the couple departs the next morning, Nancy decides to leave the girls briefly to get the boat fixed. The drifters return, setting out on a murderous rampage, hunting the girls down one-by-one through a thick, claustrophobic Idaho forest.
One of the freshest new serial killer films being shopped at Cannes and the like the past few months has been Glenn Withrow’s The Mooring. Its a solid horror film about a group of barely teenage girls who are addicted to technological devices, who have joined a rehabilitation camp with the intent of getting out into nature and away from electricity for a while. The only problem here, of course, is that nature is a wild beast that can not be tamed – and its spectrum includes predators. Not just animals. Man! …Read More