An intelligent, truly creepy take on a Native American myth from New York City-based filmmaker Larry Fessenden. As night is falling in snowy upstate New York, Manhattan photographer George (Jake Weber), his therapist wife Kim (Patricia Clarkson) and their young son Miles (Malcolm in the Middle
's Erik Per Sullivan) are on their way to a friend's country house when a terrible accident occurs: A large deer suddenly appears out of nowhere, and George, unable to stop, slams into it. Shaken but unhurt, George backs the car into a snow bank just as three hunters, who've been tracking the buck for the past 18 hours, emerge from the woods. Rather than lending a hand, h...