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Dale tells Chuck to check the safety when Chuck is pointing the police officer's gun at Dale and Tucker. Chuck is holding a revolver which does not have a manual safety lever. It is unlikely that Dale's helpful suggestion was actually a clever ploy to kill the young college kid. See more »
[Allison is terrified of him when he first comes into her room]
Uh-oh-oh, it's the pancakes! You don't like pancakes, I will get you sumpin' else!
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Eli Craig did a masterful job in presenting the best horror comedy since "Suck."
Playing on the tried and true "Flinstones Plot" of miscommunication that may drive some viewers crazy, Craig brings the gore and the humor with great special effects and wonderful acting. Best of all, of course, the story is solid with an interesting and poignant antagonist development that is extremely impressive.
Better still, the laughs aren't cheap and silly.
And if you live in the southern United States and hate how "southern folk", "backwoods families" and "hillbillies" are exploited for horror purposes, you'll love this tremendous twist on such a overused and ill-conceived cliché.
This is one of the greatest horror comedies ever presented on film.
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