South Florida, which normally has very mild winters, was subjected to two extreme conditions that delayed filming. The first was a torrential downpour lasting 2 days that flooded the "Island" location (a nature preserve in Ft. Lauderdale)and turned it into a mini swamp. The second was a record cold snap the weekend our "cannibals" were meant to be performing. This would have meant putting 5 half naked women outside in 30 degree weather. (The producers cancelled shooting that weekend). See more »
Feature length version with a run time of 77 minutes. See more »
Director achieved his goal
The cover says that the film was made to pay homage to the horror films of the 60's. Congratulations, Mr. Freeman, you achieved your goal. It was just like the same cheesy, lackluster films I watched as a kid. For the most part, the plot was predictable, although admittedly, there was an interesting twist at the end. In keeping with the genre, the performances were awful (with some rare spots where some of the actors failed in their objective and let there talent come through). The editing wasn't too bad except for blackouts that were too long, the sound that wasn't synced properly in places, the split screens, and, well, maybe the editing wasn't very good at all. In fact, it sucked. The cannibals were quite attractive with the appropriate wardrobe malfunctions (or lack of wardrobe), also reminiscent of those early movies. All in all, the film was clearly not meant to be taken seriously, and in that, the cast and crew met their objective with flying colors. Congratulations guys
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