#hellfest "...The success of the scenarios with which the characters are dispatched varies. There are some pretty good scares and some surprising misses. Then there's some dumb stuff to balance it out. Whether this is good or not depends on how you think the good compares to the bad. For this viewer, the last scene wins points for originality. It's creepy as hell, too..."
It takes place mostly in the dark, as if they're trying to hide that their slashed budget required they film in Bulgaria. I am not sure it would have helped to shed any light on it though. To say this series has gone far enough is pointless. They can keep going around in circles in the woods for the next 40 years and people will still find ways to put these films out.