I thought it started out ok. I honestly don't mind getting to know characters, then having the film turn on them. It builds tension (for me). What really pisses me off is that the film got lazy when it started to rely on typical horror cliches. Spoiler Examples: Spoiler Why didn't they push C. Dundee's car over the cliff after they got back up on the hill? Why was she taking the time to look at the videos in the cameras? (and then she saw his truck in one?!) Who the fuck stops in the middle of escaping a madman to rummage through junk and watch some videos? AND then how did he end up in the back seat of the same car she had gotten into? Out of all the cars, he knew she was going to get into that one? Gimme a break. And how long was that last chase? After seven minutes of her flailing and carrying on, I just wanted him to kill her and get it the hell over with. Then that quick ending with the dude nailed to a cross...I felt totally ripped off.