When a college girl who is alone on campus over the Thanksgiving break is targeted by a group of outcasts, she must conquer her deepest fears to outwit them and fight back.

Genre: Horror / Thriller
Release Year: 2014
Director: Olly Blackburn
Writer(s): Anthony Jaswinski

Awards & Festivals

Official Selection

2014 London Film Festival

Critic Reviews



Guaranteed to shred your nerves at a rapid pace


The Dull Wood Experiment

Unnerving, gripping and rewarding in equal measure, Kristy is a step up from other movies of a similar nature


Grizzly Bomb

Could this be the next cult horror hit?


Michael Blyth, BFI

Haley Bennett infuses Justine with the strength and ingenuity to forever ensure her place in final girl history.


Horror Focus

This is 2014's biggest and baddest dark horse that the genre have had in years.


Anton Bitell, Sight & Sound

This follow-up to Blackburn's Donkey Punch is beautifully shot, and sets its stalk-and-dash material within the context of contemporary online anomie and a broader debate about chance versus causality


Ryan Gilbey, The New Statesman

A pervasive sense of dread and a use of DIY tinfoil masks that will make it a perennial Hallowe’en party favourite to rank alongside Friday the 13th and Scream