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Four friends take a cottage vacation in the dead of winter, seeking refuge from their busy urban lives, if only for one weekend. However, the few residents who remain in the secluded cottage town of Rideau Ferry don’t seem to take kindly to strangers…From the moment they reach their destination, the visitors, a group of twenty-something artist types, are confronted by the ominous gaze of neighbouring cottagers, all of whom have no choice but to tough out the cold winter in this small, rural town. Over the course of their stay, the friends begin to uncover dark details about the inhabitants of the houses around them. After one of the friends is found mutilated on the front porch of a nearby cottage, the city dwellers quickly discover that nothing is what it seems.


James Watts


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March 2021

February 2021

February 2021

"Death Trip had some wonderful elements that had the makings of a jaw-dropping thriller, but the length and lack of momentum served as considerable roadblocks. Thankfully, Death Trip features an endearing cast, phenomenal music, and gorgeous cinematography which offset any pacing gripes." Horror Buzz

"At the end of the day, Death Trip is a solid, if overly long thriller that satisfies but never really reaches it’s full potential." Horror Fuel

"According to just about every horror movie, if you ever have the audacity to go on vacation, you will die. During pandemic times, this can be a bit of catharsis since most of us are being good little shut-ins while opulent, irresponsible travelers collect new strains of CORONA like shiny, viral Pokémon. While Kamikaze Dogfight ‘s DEATH TRIP tends to save most of the titular “death” for the last few moments of the film, it still delivers an enjoyable, captivating, and fun voyage through youthful drama and eventual murder." Rue Morgue

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