We are then introduced to the cast of several American tourists hook up with two boozy good blokes who they play cricket and tell ghost stories with around a camp fire who then decide to travel at speed up the infamous road themselves to see the "ghost" but not convinced the group attempt it again the following night when the supernatural shit hits the fan.
The myth of "Lemon Tree Passage" was a way to scare off teenagers from travelling at speed I'm afraid those 70s Public Information Films we saw as school children warning us off the dangers of crossing the street and men in cars with puppies where more chilling than "The Passage"
The acting feel like performances you would get from those episodes of the popular Aussie soaps where the bland but good looking group travel out of Summer Bay and Ramsey Street and something goes tragically wrong along some of "The Passages" cast have appeared in both series.
There was some minor jumps but these where mainly due to the nonsensical quick edit headache that it gave the kind of scares that a first year film student would make in his class project and a story that got tied up in its convoluted structure which made no sense whatsoever.
I'd rather sit through "Grave Halloween" 100 times than ever face "The Passage" again the review copy I had contained no additional features.