Five high school cheerleaders drive out to a rural mansion to spend the weekend. They hear a thirty year-old urban legend about a young boy who killed his family and used their blood in his...
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Five high school cheerleaders drive out to a rural mansion to spend the weekend. They hear a thirty year-old urban legend about a young boy who killed his family and used their blood in his juvenile artwork. While exploring an old farmhouse on the property they discover that the boy never left his home and has grown into a sick and twisted man.Written by
What can I say about this stinker. No acting, no blood, no gore, no nothing. The storyline is a turkey too, why is that man taking pictures from a girl, why is she almost undressed and in the next shot dressed and then undressed again? Who is that guy, supposed to mislead the viewer thinking he is the killer. How stupid are those girls really want to visit an abandoned house were some atrocities happened. 1954 and 1955 back flashes, huh, who are those kids? the names never appear in the movie. The end, what the hell, see it coming miles away. And what about the conversations between the girls, so stupid, you see them wait until one has finished her sentence. This is no acting. At the end, suddenly there is light in that house but still they think no one lives there. No blood flows, just in snap shots that's the best part, some frames included with blood. You never see any killing of effect used. Can it get worser? I don't think so... a waist of time
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