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The Hike Climbs its Way to On Demand

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Seems like we’ve been waiting ages for The Hike, but I’m happy to report that you can finally check this one out for yourself from the confines of your own home.

Director Rupert Bryan’s open-air thriller hit all On Demand platforms: cable, iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, Xbox, Playstation, CinemaNow, and YouTube Movies, so you’ve got no excuse not to catch it now. And what’s more? At the very bottom of this page, you can dig on a nifty behind-the-scenes look at the crafting of this suspenseful horror flick.

Don’t say we don’t take care of you guys! And when you do check out The Hike, come back here and let us know what you thought of it. Looks like a promising one!

Synopsis
Kate (Zara Phythian) is back from a tour of duty in Afghanistan after seeing her soldier boyfriend die in combat. She has reunited with her best friends back home, who whisk her away on a ‘healing’ camping trip to a picturesque and remote area of the British countryside.

The girls make their way into the woods in search of the perfect place to camp, forget their sorrows, and enjoy their time together. On their hike they come across a mysterious group of Eastern Europeans who seem to be living off the land. They quickly move on to avoid an awkward confrontation and continue to their destination.

When they reach Sunset Point, they meet a group of rock climbers and form a quick and flirtatious friendship. But when darkness falls, and one of their friends goes missing, the girls will be forced to rely on each other and the rock climbers to find their friend and get out of the woods in one piece.

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Matt Serafini

Author (Under the Blade, Feral), slasher movie enthusiast, N7 Operative. Plays games, watches movies, reads books. Occasionally writes about them.

  • Slasher_Diva

    The scenery was beautiful,the cast was good ,the acting for the most part above par for the budget.It was very brutal and violent but there wasn’t a lot of gore involved.
    I always like the extra gore in these films because basically as lovers of this genre that’s what we like to see coupled with the other elements I fore mentioned.
    It’s a good story and an entertaining film and the ending is unexpected and exciting.Think Eden Lake Meets Resurrection County..