Wilderness is a 2006 British/Irish horror film produced and distributed by a consortium of independents, and directed by Michael J. Bassett, whose previous credit was 2002's Deathwatch. The story, filmed on locations in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, centres on a group of young offenders sent to a military boot camp located on a remote island. The top-billed cast members are Lenora Crichlow, Sean Pertwee, Alex Reid, Toby Kebbell, Karly Greene and Stephen Wight.
After the suicide of one of their inmate friends at a Northern Ireland prison/reform camp, a group of teenage offenders, along with their leader, set off to an island, formerly used as a navy bootcamp, but now serving as a place of reform for young people. They soon find out they are not alone on the island as some members of the group come across a campsite with two teenagers and one woman. The story develops into a tale of betrayal and vengeance.