Man Vs. :- Watch Man Vs. on Youtube on Fire, The hanging question at the end of this film’s title is answered early in its 85-minute run. Doug Woods (Chris Diamantopoulos) is the host of a reality TV shows called Woods Vs., in which he is dropped off in remote locations for five days at a time and films himself roughing it. Doug’s latest location shoot is in the Temagami region of northern Ontario, but his first night’s sleep is interrupted by what feels like an earthquake. An early-morning recce reveals the actual cause of the shaking a massive knife-slice through the forest, as though a meteor had split the landscape. Man vs. meteorite? Guess again. Canadian director and co-writer Adam Massey provides an intriguing twist on the found-footage format. Rather than present us exclusively with Doug’s videos, he intercuts a traditional third-person point of view, for more variety and less shakiness. Later, a further-off vantage suggests that Doug is being watched, and raises the question: What if humans aren’t the only creatures to enjoy surviving by their wits in the wilderness? Man Vs. owes a small debt to Predator, although some late twists in the action give it an arc that is all its own. The film also lives or dies with Diamantopoulos, since he’s alone on screen most of the time. Fortunately, the Toronto actor is up to the task, switching from talking to himself, to addressing his absent crew, to putting on a brave face for the TV audience he assumes will one day see an edited version of this adventure.
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Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Release: 13 November 2015 (Canada)
IMDB Rating: 6.5/10
Director: Adam Massey
Stars: Chris Diamantopoulos, Chloe Bradt, Michael Cram