The spirits of dead Indians are haunting a couple's house, and they call in an exorcist, whose trademark is a black whip, to get rid of them.

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Ranger Girard (as Lash LaRue)
Anna Lane Tatum ...
Beth
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Tammie
Mary Dalton ...
Mary
Paul Holman ...
Uncle Earl Coleman
Cynthia Farbman ...
Lynn Evans
Marc Matney ...
Craig Evans
Tony Shaw ...
David Cody
Robert Bushyhead ...
John "Four Eagles" Cody
Suzie Martin ...
Suzan
Dean Jones ...
Alan
Steve Templeton ...
Dallas
Page Elizabeth Ray ...
Page
Eric Mikesall ...
Cletus
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Courthouse Student
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After an Indian medicine man dies, his house, which was built over the graves of four Indian sorcerers becomes a sorority home for a group of girls. Once the four Indians are awakened and terror ensues, a park ranger learns of the Indian's evil and plans to stop them. Written by Ryan

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'They have arrived to conquer the four of earth.'

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26 February 1988 (Japan)  »

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Another "B" movie riffed by the RIFFTRAX crew. The guys from MST3K; Mike Nelson, Bill Corbett and Kevin Murphy. See more »

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Ranger Girard: Feel my whip, you son of a bitch!
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References The Blues Brothers (1980) See more »

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Ultimate cheese-fest
5 March 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Wow, what a cheesy movie this is! It starts off looking like it's gonna be a backwoods slasher, with the camera following dogs running through the woods. It then gets a bit boring and follows the story of some girls moving into some house haunted by Indian spirits. We then get plenty of shots of one partially clad girl and another naked girl in the bath. It suddenly gets really cheesy when the "Zombie Indians" arise from the earth and start terrorising the girls. We even get a samurai Indian.

This movie starts off pretty boring although I did find the story of the four Indians who buried themselves alive quite interesting. Once the Indian zombies (or whatever you want to call them for they aren't technically zombies) start terrorising the girls is when all the fun begins. This is not a special flick and can't be taken seriously, it's just something fun to watch when you're bored or when you're drinking with friends. I can't help thinking though that it would have worked better as a short story because the first half is tediously boring.


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