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Average thriller I saw on the USA Networks's Up All Night, under the title Kill Kill Overkill. Up All Night always made these stinkers so much more fun to watch. Anyway, this is low-budget stuff, and staggers itself along the lines of exploitation, mystery, slasher, camp, and thriller. Seems there were some problems with the script. However, for B movie filmaking, and viewed on a not-so-serious level, this is okay. It has been years since I have seen this, but I do remember being able to get through it, while still remembering it's faults. Bad actors, lousy script, stereotypical villains, all the stuff you would expect from a film like this. Story is about girls who head to a cabin for a weekend and are stalked by two geeky grease balls. The outcome of the story is obvious. For the B movie horror fans. Or anyone who was a fan of Up All Night on USA. Two Stars.
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