A guy named Brody, his English girlfriend Kerry and her cousin, Leo, go on a camping trip to a secluded English woods. On he way, they see Stonehenge, a big cow, and go to a pub that has a lot of strange characters. It's in this pub that an old guy tells the legend about a huntsman who hunts and kills sinners. He marks a cross on their foreheads and then hangs them from a tree. And you know, later on, something like this is going to happen to the trio.
Well, Brody doesn't like Leo at all and the feeling is mutual. It's because, via a flashback sequence (and footage Brody had recorded on his laptop), he caught Leo doing something very odd a couple of weeks before. And Leo has dug up incriminating information on Brody as well, which is even worse. All this eventually becomes more clearer when it's revealed that Leo turns out to be an old boyfriend of Kerry's.
In the end everything comes to a head and Brody storms away from camp. Then Leo wanders off, leaving Kerry alone in the tent. She takes the camera and starts videotaping--and when she's out exploring nearby we see the three nooses hanging in a nearby tree. Is the huntsman real? Or are one of the guys playing a horrible joke.
On one hand this is a fairly well-constructed psychological thriller, though it's a bit like a soap opera a times. But I'm getting very weary--and wary--of the "Found Footage Horror Movie". They never quite have anywhere near the impact of BLAIR WITCH.