Behind these bars lies an unbridled fury. Caged Terror-a tale of madness, infidelity and revenge. Everyone needs to get away from it all, and the country is the most tranquil place to escape life's everyday battles. Or is it? Richard and Janet, a city couple, find that just the opposite is true as their weekend getaway is transformed into a frightening and primitive wilderness. Camping for the night in a seemingly abandoned farmhouse, the two are suddenly joined by strangers who have been secretly watching them all afternoon. Strangers who will soon cage Richard like a trapped animal and ravage his wife. Strangers who will drive Richard berserk in the cold and inhuman isolation of Caged Terror. Written by
Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Would you like my honest opinion? I bought this for the sex scene.
This movie brings up an interesting question. Unlike a lot of other bad movies that seem to bring up suspension of disbelief, this one is very interesting: 'Why is there a cage in the middle of nowhere? Why did the hippies go into the cage? ...Why were they stupid enough to get locked into the cage?' Okay, so maybe there are a lot of questions.
I'm not sure what this movie is trying to be - it's either an artistic movie that was accidentally placed and billed as a horror movie, or a horror movie that was accidentally labeled as an art movie, or maybe it's just someone's home movie that somehow got distributed. Who knows.
Rest assured, when this movie was over - I pulled a John Belushi of 'Animal House' and smashed it against the wall like he did with that one dude's little guitar.
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