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Happy Camp (2014)

Happy Camp

Overview


Genre

Thriller

Release Date

March 25, 2014 (VOD)

Duration

75 min.

Studio

Gravitas Ventures

REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Josh Anthony

Producer

Michael Barbuto, Anne Taylor, Josh Anthony

Screenwriter

Josh Anthony

Starring

  • Josh Anthony
  • Michael Barbuto
  • Anne Taylor
  • Teddy Gilmore

Story


In the vast wilderness of the Klamath National Forest lies the small logging community of Happy Camp. With a population consisting of only a few hundred souls, this mysterious mountain town has become world renowned for its staggeringly high number of Missing Persons Cases.

Walt and Sandy Tanner adopted a young boy named Michael at the age of 9 and brought him home to Happy Camp where the couple were raising their young son, Dean. Upon Michael's arrival, the two boys shared an immediate bond and for the first time in Michael's life, he had a family. After living in Happy Camp for only two years however, tragedy struck on the afternoon of October 22, 1989 when Dean Tanner was abducted from the family's home. Michael, although in the same room, and seemed to be the only witness, oddly had no recollection of the violent crime.

20 years later, a grown Michael Tanner has mustered the courage to face his past in an effort to remember what actually happened to his brother on that fateful day. Under the provocation of his girlfriend, Anne, Michael has reluctantly agreed to have his journey documented by a professional film crew. However, what Michael, Anne and the crew uncover are dangerous secrets about Happy Camp that will change their lives forever...

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Poster of Gravitas Ventures' Happy Camp (2014)

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..the only thing that would make Happy Camp scary would be if it could fool the audience into believing that it was a real documentary..”
by James Jay Edwards [FilmFracture]
“..Happy Camp is yet another hopeful "found footage" darling, joining the ranks of like-minded dreamers that have attempted the same overnight success..”
by Matt Donato [We Got This Covered]