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Five school friends seek adventure on Halloween night in an abandoned, haunted mine, only to find to their horror that the ghostly rumors may be true as they fight for survival.... (Full plot summary below)

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Five school friends seek adventure on Halloween night in an abandoned, haunted mine, only to find to their horror that the ghostly rumors may be true as they fight for survival.

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RogerEbert.com - 10/10 by Matt Zoller SeitzIt is wrenching but never exploitive. It is impressively skeptical of the same mission that it takes on its shoulders: to make something positive from a senseless crime without diminishing its senselessness. This film doesn't just revisit an atrocity, it moves through it, and finds meaning in it.
The Playlist - 8/10 by Nicholas LaskinMatt Shepard Was A Friend Of Mine is a stirring, sometimes tough-going piece of documentary filmmaking: pure, honest and undiluted by hyperbole.
New York Daily News - 8/10 by Graham FullerThis heartbreaking documentary should be shown in every high school and college — and everywhere intolerance is suspected.
Miami Herald - 8/10 by Rene RodriguezThe main thing writer-director Michele Jouse, who was close to Shepard, wanted to do with her intimate documentary Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine was to give a voice to those who are still mourning him and allow them to share their stories.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 8/10 by Liam LaceyJosue’s film is not consistently effective in bridging her personal story with Shepard’s well-known legacy, but there are striking moments that explore the limits of forgiveness.
Slant Magazine - 8/10 by Nick PriggeThe doc adopts the viewpoint specifically of those who knew him best, and seeks to separate the person from the emblem.
Village Voice - 7/10 by Serena DonadoniJosue tries to reclaim his narrative with this intimate, positive portrait, but while Shepard's brave and resourceful parents encourage her, they realized long ago that his death means he no longer belongs solely to them.
The Dissolve - 7/10 by Tina HassanniaJosue shows perhaps too much restraint, as if she’s not ready to deal with her lingering grief and can’t acknowledge it. This is a difficult criticism to make about a documentary this personal. So perhaps it’s interesting that the film’s shortcomings, then, are also simultaneously one of the more fascinating things about it, revealing the inevitable difficulty of filming grief, no matter the distance.
The New York Times - 7/10 by Nicolas RapoldIn lingering over moody night streets and trembling faces, Ms. Josue has brought this film to the verge of becoming a tear-jerker. But, as epitomized in an extraordinary scene with a conflicted priest, it’s all part of a shared soul-searching that still continues.
Los Angeles Times - 7/10 by Martin TsaiThe film is enough to prompt soul-searching among parents, educators and the LGBT community on how to provide adequate guidance and support for LGBT youths.

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