Available October 22, 2013. 17-year-old Gillian takes a job as a counselor at a remote summer camp. As part of her initiation, she must spend two nights by herself on the camp’s island, an intimidating collision of rock and wilderness carved out of the lake, supposedly haunted by the ghost of a camper who disappeared suspiciously decades before. When Gilllian’s “solo” is interrupted by a local man responding to a distress call, what was meant to be a peaceful time alone in nature devolves into something disturbingly different. As her paranoia mounts, a horrifying secret is uprooted and Gillian finds herself in a desperate fight to survive.
Here’s a movie that I’ve heard nothing about, but that I think actually looks kinda promising. All the hesitation in that statement is due to the fact that it has a low rating on IMDb (4.7/10 at the time of this writing). But whatever, IMDb isn’t right about everything. And hey, maybe I find myself creeped out by this trailer because the lake and island look uncannily like the lake and island near my cottage. Anyway, I’ll have to watch Solo to actually determine its quality, but this trailer was enough to get me intrigued.