Ten people arrive at a secluded mountain resort to find it completely deserted. With no gas for the return trip, the visitors are forced to stay and investigate the mystery surrounding the abandoned lodge.
When Nick Di Santo learns that his father is not only alive but can possibly reveal the origin of his son's dark gift, he sets out on a trip that takes him to an abandoned mansion he thought only existed in his childhood imagination.
Nothing left to fear. Had nothing to start with...
I'll give this one a solid 5, the effects were nice, the acting, overall, with a few exceptions, good, but it never reaches up to the promise of a horror, cause that's what it's trying to be.
So, a few words about Nothing left to fear: the story, again, not the most original, used quite often, but won't disappoint tho. They managed to show it somehow different, good, more natural if you may. Problems begin when "clichée" makes its appearance. The always and eternal, "why does he do that?" , "how come he doesn't know better?" and many other sarcastic questions, cause in the end, you're watching a horror, and sadly this is what horror has come down to lately.
Would I recommend it? Not really, actually no, you won't get spooked, you won't be too drawn into the story, nor into the characters, it's just a movie that they wanted to make, with nothing to prove.
So, where would I point you then: Sinister, The reaping, The ruins; one is with a family that moves in a new town, the other with religious things and the last with odd habits.
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