The plot of this movie sounds like something a prank caller might have told Art Bell while phoning in to 'Coast to Coast AM'.
Imagine 'The Blair Witch Project' in the snow, but with less interesting characters.
Oh, but wait.
Then imagine they somehow tried to tie the Blair Witch mythology to a bunch of other unrelated, paranormal things.
And then, in the end, they threw the audience a lame, M. Night Shyamalanesque twist by having the protagonists discover that oh my God, they themselves were the Blair Witch all along!
That would be this movie.
Actually, this movie is even worse than that.
Please kill the found footage format. Please! I also found the unbelievable superiority complex of the "hikers" all to familiar and wanted nothing more for than them to die a horrible death or at least to lose a few limbs. Guessing this was intentional?
The ending was not shocking and neither were the callbacks to the Philadelphia Experiment to anyone over the age of ... what 35 or 40? There's even a movie called the Philadelphia Experiment (I and II). Not original. Not by a long shot. The ending? Typical horror attempt at shocking... yawn.
Surprisingly good. But the end of the movie.. I almost cried. So bad. Wish I just turned off after 95% -.-