Written and directed by Erik Gardner, Blue Hole was a big hit on the horror film festival circuit. It has a clever, circular idea at its core, a little like the peerless Japanese horror feature Ringu. Inspired by a true story from New Jersey, Blue Hole tells the story of an eerie lake, near a cabin in the woods, that is said to be the dwelling place of the Devil. A couple staying at the cabin decide to visit the lake, only for the entity within the water to pull the woman in. Based on the unfinished writings about the lake, the man believes he can retrieve her by offering a new human sacrifice. Gardner went on to make the TV movie Dreamtakers. If you like Blue Hole be sure to rate and share it.

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