A film crew producing a rock music video decides to shoot at an abandoned factory above the snow line. When an avalanche strands them, a murderous family living in the factory attacks and kills many of them.
Mats Helge Olsson,
A mysterious serial killer is killing several female co-eds on and off a college campus in Oklahoma and the only clues are gold medallions left by the bodies. A grizzled police detective sets out to find the killer, but is unaware that all the killings are connected to a Satanic cult. The detective, Ron, turns from the hunter to the hunted when he sees that no one around him can be trusted, not even his own daughter. Written by
A boring flick, that I can tell but with surprisingly good effects. It is really a zero budget filmed in 9 days but why people are hunting this one is that it was the first straight to video flick in the genre. That it was filmed in 9 days shows in the quality of the camera. They didn't use that much extra light because some scene's are a bit too dark, especially the night scene's. But as I said, the effects were done well. Just look at the body being found in a bin or the leg being slashed off. But it's a bit too much blah blah with a lot of hiss and almost no sound in the higher range. Some parts are a bit cheesy for example with the so-called Blood Cult. It's easy to find a copy of this one no on DVD for only a few euro's or dollars. If it wasn't the first straight to vid you would probably never see it again. One to have just to fill into your collection.
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