Put aside any thoughts of "oh look, some kids going off the beaten track and getting murdered one by one" being a very familiar story. Even if it was scripted by set pieces, this was a nice film. Engaging cast, generally resourceful characters.
I've been known to say that there are those stalker films that make you look forward to the characters getting offed, and those that make you care (and perhaps even hope that they survive. Well okay probably not in this genre.)
This was the latter. Very nice to look at ... I mean the scenery. And not too forced in its dramatic tension.
The ending was accompanied with a sort of "Walking in the air" choirboy, but thankfully that was replaced by some kiddy-punk song "All of my friends are dead".
My livejournal Frightfest reports from days gone by (2004 to 2011)