Mattie and her three besties--Eddie, Jess, and Rae--head into the woods for a weekend to plan Mattie's upcoming wedding and bachelorette party. Eddie, Mattie’s roommate and an unrelenting practical joker, leads them to believe they will be setting up camp near Mattie’s hunky fiancé, Jagger, and his friends. They soon realize the tent they’ve snuggled up next to belongs to a mysterious recluse named Mr. Rogers, rather than Jagger, and this is definitely his neighborhood! With zero cell reception and only a literal pot to piss in, their weekend camping trip is beginning to look like a bad idea. But it only gets worse when people start to die and a terrible secret is revealed. All these girls wanted was a killer pre-bachelorette party… and that’s exactly what they got.
Robyn August is an award-winning film and music video director, writer, animator, and editor with online content viewed in the multi-millions. He has worked with musical talents such as Snoop Dogg, Pitbull, Nothing More, Set It Off, Saves The Day and many more....Read more
Robyn August is an award-winning film and music video director, writer, animator, and editor with online content viewed in the multi-millions. He has worked with musical talents such as Snoop Dogg, Pitbull, Nothing More, Set It Off, Saves The Day and many more. He is also a producer of award-winning short films, as well as online content for multiple boutique and large businesses. His first feature film “Party With Me,” which he wrote, directed, and edited, was awarded “Best Film” at The 2020 Method Fest, as well as Variety Magazine’s award for “Best Ensemble” cast. It is now available on most VOD platforms through Gravitas Ventures. He is currently finishing his latest feature film with Lankis Entertainment called “KillHer.” He has also directed several award-winning short films, including “Cupcake,” “Doggy See Evil,” and “Snap." Robyn also serves as the creative director and co-founder of Side Hop Games, a mobile gaming company based in Austin TX. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his dog Jack Nicholson. Read less
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