A group of sorority girls go up to a cabin in the woods accompanied by some boys. To their dismay, there is an escaped convict on the loose as well as the uncle of one of the girls. It's ...
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A doctor and his wife plan to eat a tender young girl to stay young. Michelle (Misty Mundae) arrives looking for a job as the doctor's secretary. The doctor persuades her she needs a full exam to see if she fits the bill.
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Paula Marcenaro Solinger,
Tory L. Beckham
Detective Jim Bishop and Dr. Rachel Carson must find a way to stop a giant monstrous insect that's eating people in her quarantined hospital before it procreates and spreads a deadly infection it's carrying,
Ivan E. Roth,
A group of sorority girls go up to a cabin in the woods accompanied by some boys. To their dismay, there is an escaped convict on the loose as well as the uncle of one of the girls. It's too bad that Uncle Ray is possessed by an Indian spirit turning him into a monster with a need for human blood. Written by
Josh Pasnak <firstname.lastname@example.org>
What the heck was this garbage? This was the worst stinking movie I have ever seen (Redneck Zombies a very close second). What kind of writer decides that an anthropologist, or whatever he was, is going to go into a cave, come across a paper mache mask glued to the wall of the cavern, and witness the "obvious" Christmas tree lights turn on behind the mask's eyes and hear the infamous words..."AAAahhhhh... you will serve me in blood!" and proceed to turn into the Creature from Hell. I rate this movie a negative 23 on a 0 to 10 scale. Don't waste your money folks... it's better to go out and buy a "tickle me Elmo" doll because, at least, you can punt this baby around your yard and feel good about it!
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