Live Action Reviews! by Crystal Connor: Xmoor

In the wee hours of the morning of Sept 4th, 2015, Crystal Connor, took a break from her writing and watch a movie to help her wind down and get ready for bed.  For the next two hours her neighbors were subjected to screaming, crying, and expletive outburst…

This is the unedited journal chronicling the harrowing experience her neighbors were forced to endure as she watched, Luke Hyams 2014 X Moor


Reader discretion is Advised

Entry 1: He’s probably right

Entry 2: That’s a HUGE you are not welcome sign – please heed it.

Entry 3: When no one answers your hello it doesn’t mean you get to automatically go in Entry 4: warning #2

Entry 5: What the hell, is he like the comedic sidekick? You knew what you went there to do so why are you complaining?

Entry 6: A gun like that for hunting…I think not, I’mma go head and say he’s with the IRA

Entry 7: It’s a sacrificial mound

Entry 8: Ummm, excuse me! You’re the one who charged off blindingly into the dark and now you wanna demand a compass

Entry 9: Whatya mean now, you couldn’t do shit before

Entry 10: What an idiot

Entry 11: They are both starting to get on my nerves

Entry 12: They just walked right past him

Entry 13: OMFG this guy is as useful as a half a penny

Entry 14: This woman is unbelievably stupid.

Entry 15: Yeah, what the hell are you doing?

Entry 16: lol, of course

Plotline: A reward offered by a local newspaper brings documentary makers Matt and his girlfriend Georgia to the remote North Devon moor in a bid to capture the fabled Beast purported to be a wild cat, like a panther or a puma on film.

Who would like it: Monster hunter fans, people who love slasher and lost in the middle of the woods films.

Horror Level: 3

High Points: It starts off being about an American cryptozoologist who travels to Europe with her boyfriend in search of a big cat but quickly turns into something else as they realize there is a monster up there in the woods but just not the one they thought.

Complaints: The whole arrogant America aboard troupe rubs me the wrong way, it was a reoccurring theme throughout the movie, and the more it happened the more annoyed I became. I completely understand that when you’re tired, scared, and stressed its far to say you’re not thinking straight but even under those conditions but even still the choices they were making didn’t make any sense and just served to make things worse. The ending felted rushed and unfinished which made the ending unrealistic. In all honesty X Moor should have ended differently.

Overall: It has its ups and downs but this one just didn’t work for me

Stars: Almost 3

Where I watched it: Amazon Prime


Washington State native Crystal Connor has been terrorizing readers since before Jr. high School and loves anything to do with monsters, bad guys, rogue scientific experiments, jewelry, sky-high high heel shoes & unreasonably priced hang bags. She is also considering changing her professional title to ‘dramatization specialist’ because it’s so much more theatrical than being just a mere drama queen. Crystal’s latest projects can be found both on her blog and Facebook fan page at:

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