Every year, a group of old friends get together for a July 4th weekend vacation, but this year things seem a little more awkward than usual. There's plenty of tension in the air as Wendy Conifer is joined by her current husband Ellis and her ex Saul, as well her daughter Joey. Also among the party are Saul's struggling ghost writer Will who has a drinking problem, Saul's wife Emma who happens to be having an affair with Will and Wendy's life coach buddy Hal. It's difficult for everyone to remain civil during their time together; even group activities such as golf, hiking and boating doesn't distract from the steadily building animosity. Unfortunately, it seems to be rubbing off the most on young Joey, who seeks comfort in the form of the group's new addition; a nature filmmaker named Chad. Can a new face help rebuild the souring relationships between them? Joey certainly hopes so.
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I'd try to explain but I'm not sure that's possible. The story involves two guys who encounter a small town where a series of killings have been occuring. Then there's something about a waitress and a scary-looking blond man and some vampire something or other... I dunno, this is put together so badly I'm surprised the movie ever got made and I'm utterly dumbfounded that Artisan deemed it appropriate for a DVD release.
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