Most viewers will conclude that this film is an utter waste of its rather limited budget. It's pretty stupid throughout, including the green toxic waste (of course), the unbelievable method use to obtain disposal workers, typical hill billies and more running and chasing around in woods then has ever been filmed. The plot outline, shown above, is pretty dead-on.
But, somehow I sat there and watched the whole film with a certain amount of interest and disbelief. I had to see how this was all going to resolve. The film contained no nudity, and I believe no bad language and the violence wasn't excessively bloody. One thing seemed really odd to me. The two female leads in the woods chase scenes were identically dressed, hair styles and color and facial complexion were extremely close. Since they were frequently switching partners, it was hard to determine the good one from the evil one. I mean the pants and inner shirt were identical. They also wore a plaid, unbuttoned outer shirt. I gave this movie a strong 2. The title on the video I rented was called "Deliver Us From Evil". Only fans of low budget films need apply.
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