Five friends decide to take a mountain climbing trip to Croatia, and as if that wasn’t already a questionable enough idea the group collectively neglects to prepare for every occasion. As in, what do you do if the only bridge off the mountain top collapses under the strain? What if the only one in the group who truly knows about the area disappears? What if your new boyfriend is a whiny douche? And most importantly, what happens if a vicious madman resembling a deformed and perturbed Rhys Ifans decides to start capturing, killing, and cutting up the group one by one? High Lane, aka Vertige, is a thriller that moves from adventure to horror fairly quickly. The friends gather at the base of the Croatian mountain and plan their route, but when they find the path is closed for some reason the group’s defacto leader, Fred, finds a way up and around the blockade. He’s joined by his girlfriend, Karine, and three other friends. Chloe (Fanny Villette) and her beautiful breasts have brought along a new boyfriend named Luke, and the fifth wheel in all of this happens to be Chloe’s ex, William. Introductions complete, the friends head up the mountain where they find some stunning scenery, dangerous climbing conditions, petty jealousies, and a raving lunatic hungry for human flesh. So to sum up, High Lane is Cliffhanger meets Cold Prey meets some absolutely fantastic cleavage.