No, it won’t bode well before the end of the motion picture, which highlights 25 minutes of excruciatingly dull work before the characters even set foot on Creepy Mountain. The leads are four irritated secondary school companions (and one tragic associate) on a trekking weekend in the forested areas, and eventually we take in the accompanying certainties about the gathering:
One used to be fat in secondary school
One at present posts loads of half-exposed pictures on online networking
Obviously this is a wellspring of pressure
When one of their number proposes they take a temporary route up Creepy Mountain rather than lunch, others reluctantly concurs. This is the first of numerous awful choices each of the characters make, guided by a script that seems to view secondary school generalizations as a strong bedrock for improvement and show and treats the laws of nature and rationale like senseless dreams. Somebody falls over a branch? Her leg is pierced on a twig.