A couple hiking Mount Whitney runs into a group of mountain men who develop a dark obsession with the young woman.
|Release Date||:||December 2, 2016|
|Genres||:||Thriller, Action, Drama|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Writers||:||Michael Ciulla, Sara Lindsey|
|Casts||:||Sara Lindsey, James Landry Hébert, Travis Aaron Wade, Ross Francis, Kale Clauson, Josh Beren, Natalie Ciulla|
Blue Jay begins as an intriguing if less than masterfully acted mountain adventure, lead by a socially awkward new boyfriend who is oddly motivated to push the main character up the side of the snow-covered mountain in the winter against her better judgment for reasons that are never entirely clear. Along the way they are stalked by a group of men dressed in summer clothing who seem to appear periodically along the trail as if they'd been beamed there from the transporter room of the Enterprise. No explanation is ever given for their motives or their ability to magically ascend up the side of the snow-covered mountain with no climbing or snow gear. The leader of the group talks as if he is part of some kind of environmental or religious cult but much of what he says makes no sense and his companions all appear to be slow, dull, and clumsy, as if they'd just stumbled out of a saloon, which leaves the viewer to wonder what they are doing there in the first place. The movie eventually degenerates into a thoroughly disappointing and depraved horror movie with undertones of sexual violence.