Air force Lieutenant Harris starts for a flight to Boa Boa, on board Reverend Mitchell with a box containing a part of a top-secret extraterrestrial key. They get lost in a supernatural ... See full summary »
Meticulously, a deranged masked murderer targets five beautiful women, intent on torturing them to death, one by one. The crazed psycho won't stop until they all suffer by his blade. Are the torturer and his prey connected in some way?
Camille is heading to the west coast to start new life. Camille has one last night in town and she is house sitting for some extra cash. Question is will this be her last night in Telford, or her last night on this earth?
Everyone loves camping in the woods. It's usually a calm, relaxing getaway. For five friends, it's the perfect way to send off one of their own. Amongst the partying and debauchery comes something much more sick and depraved.
Matthew A. Peters
Mark Joseph Peek,
Melissa A. Seelman
OK this isn't going to be like watching an epic Hollywood film - but for all the cheapness this actually works in a way.
The film maker seems to accept that the subject matter is basically laughable and here is an Australian mockumentry which goes back to the Ozploitation hey-days of the 70's.
I'd call this a beer and popcorn film and at the heart of it a great little cult Australian classic. (something which has been missing in recent years.) I laughed more in this than I would have watching some of the predictable comedies that come out of the States. Given it has basically no budget, minimal special effects and apparently a group of 'local' actors in it - You can't help but smirk a little in it's favor.
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