What happens when you mix Deliverance with Friday the 13th and a touch of the Breakfast Club? Well, the result is Black Water Wilderness, a pulsating pounding action horror set in the frightening and dark backwoods of Alabama. Going camping in the woods will never be the same.
Art imitates life when a high school love triangles get messy, bloody and even murderous. It all starts during one camping trip when two love triangles are revealed. It is the perfect storm of tension, drama, and anger. But nothing prepares them for the horror that will unfold when one of the kids trespasses onto a killer’s property. The unsuspecting high school teenagers have to put their hatred and jealousy aside in order to survive a bloodthirsty night.
It all begins when three carloads of teenagers arrive at a secluded trail head in the deep Alabama woods, ready to enjoy their last camping trip before college. Donnie’s best friend Miles is dating Molly Springfield, whom Donnie has long had a crush on. Miles, meanwhile, has been having an affair with Ally. Donnie’s older brother Rob is a stoner, who has tagged along not giving his brother Donnie a few free moments with Molly to confess his feelings for her.
The fun trip turns tense as the football star Miles confesses to Donnie that his father beats him, and he will be running away from home. Donnie wants to confront Miles about his poor treatment of Molly. Donnie admits to his relationship with Ally. As their talks heat up, the boys trespass onto a secluded Hunter’s property. Donnie disregards the Hunter’s warning to leave the forest not realizing that his angry refusal will trigger a tragic night of horror and death.
The Hunter has rigged the woods with deadly traps and our teenagers, now on the run for their lives are the pray. Slowly and methodically the kids are killed, one at a time. As the night falls, and more bodies drop, the surviving kids realize that if they are going to exit the woods and see the morning light again, they must work together to battle evil by utilizing their deepest instincts of survival.