STARRING: Andrew Dunbar, Aaron Brooks, Shane Twerdun, Steve Bradley

DIRECTOR: Andrew Moxham


Four men head into the remote woods on an annual camping trip. As one of them gradually loses his mind, the weekend of fun takes a turn for the worse and the other three must fight for their lives.


Indie Tuesdays: White Raven

Old friends Pete (Steve Bradley), Jake (Aaron Brooks), Kevin (Andrew Dunbar), and Dan (Shane Twerdun) are about to get together for their yearly guys weekend. It’s a chance for them to reconnect, as well as getting away from the problems of their everyday life. Jake is dealing with job loss that is putting stress on […]

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Boys Weekend Gone Bad.

The annual camping trip taken by four old friends goes awry as one of them becomes increasingly unstable. Knowing nothing about this movie prior to viewing really helped my experience, as it has a very simple premise. I didn’t even know it was a lost-in-the-woods movie until the four characters introduced in the first act […]

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WHITE RAVEN – Review by Greg Klymkiw – 2015 Toronto Blood in the Snow Film Festival

The oft-used phrase “the script’s the thing” and its variants on a similar theme may well have entered the industry lexicon as cliches, but the fact remains that good writing ultimately makes for good movies. Some writing is so good, it can even be director-proof if the material is at least covered competently. Luckily, White […]

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A Look Andrew Moxham’s Survival Horror Film ‘White Raven’

A Look Andrew Moxham’s Survival Horror Film ‘White Raven’ by Kelli Marchman McNeely on November 26, 2015 in Horror, horror, Horror News, Indie Film, Trailer In Andrew Moxham’s survival horror film, ‘White Raven’, four friends set out on their yearly boys-only camping trip in a remote area. As one the group gradually loses his mind, […]

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“What are we afraid of?” “I don’t know; we’re men. We don’t talk to each other.” It’s a powerful admission that comes towards the end of Andrew Moxham’s feature directorial debut, White Raven, a film that examines the perils of masculinity. Four men – Pete, Dan, Kevin, and Jake – are introduced to us in […]

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Review: WHITE RAVEN Delivers Where It Counts

There’s a compelling premise at the heart of White Raven: four friends, a cooler of beer and a pistol go camping. And for a good chunk of the film’s running time there’s a believable comradery among the four, as though the pals from Stand By Me reunited in middle-age to relive the adventure of finding […]

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