Synopsis:When four friends go camping on the South Downs, they are quite literally tortured by their past.
Backtrack (2014) is a UK / Ireland horror thriller movie that is also known as Nazi Vengeance (2014). Tom Sands failed at executing his first full-length movie that he filmed in Duncannon Fort, Co.Wexford, Ireland, Jevington, East Sussex, England, UK and Brighton, East Sussex, England, UK. This movie contains adult content, nudity, suspense, violence, visions, loose/thin plot line, scattered storyline, and Nazi’s. I knew this movie was going to be a fail from the beginning, but I hung in there hoping for a few good scenes and for the inconsistencies to stop. I did not enjoy the screenplay/storyline, the multiple scenes and the overall finish on the movie. I gave Backtrack a four because there was a little amount of suspense and it did an excellent job switching between scenes - it appeared smooth and seamless. The actors did not help this movie with their unsatisfactory performance, and I think that is because of the small budget this film had. It is a film that you either love or dislike and it is not a movie that I like and would not recommend it to anyone.
Backtrack revolves around the concept of what we were in a previous life? Most people I know think that they were an animal or something around that category. 26-year-old Ralph (Mark Drake - Love & Other Chairs (2014), Wasteland (2013), Night Bus (2014)) is a regional journalist who has been having trouble sleeping at night. Sleeping at night is not getting easier because he dreams of being a Nazi in his previous life. He even has visions in the daytime about his past and is determined to do something about it because it is very disturbing for him to deal with. One of his visions includes him prosecuting people in a small village. Ralph’s 22-year-old friend Claudia (Rosie Akerman) gives him bad advice and one of those is to visit the village from his vision. Claudia is kind of like a psychic and gives Ralph a glimpse of his past life as a Nazi commando in South Downs in the 1940s. The duo and their partners set out to decipher Ralph’s visions in the small town and soon meet with a bad guy that only wants trouble.
About Backtrack 2014
Original Title: Backtrack: Nazi Regression
Runtime: 97 minutes
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Total Avg. Votes: 13
Writers: Mick Sands
Director: Tom Sands