Oliver has been confined at a private institution for many years, living naked in a padded cell with only a stainless steel slab for a bed. When he escapes he wreaks havoc on the institution and staff before being subdued with massive doses of tranquilizers. Now in a coma and requiring twenty-four-hour care, his family cannot afford the medical bills and he is brought home where at first everything is normal. His cousin, Jeff, takes an interest in nursing him and soon those around him start dying in horrible ways... Written by
I suppose this is a pretty hard to find film. Well don't be like me and bother searching for it!
When I first heard about it, I didn't really know too much about it, but there was something which really intrigued me about the idea. So I managed to track down a copy, and I can assure you that I wasted my money on this one!
Okay, so I guess the first thing to mention is that the acting is utterly terrible! And the dialogue seems like it was written by someone who's spent their life hiding in their bedroom.
There's some blood in the film, but it's just so poorly done, that it's not appealing at all.
This was done on an ultra low budget. But that's no excuse for making such a bad film. What we are presented with is a stupid story, dumb characters, bad acting and terrible music.
I've now watched it two times, and still have the same opinion. Don't bother with this movie! It's not so bad that it's funny, it's just bad!
Oh, and as for Oliver... he looks like an idiot.. and perhaps they shouldn't have cast someone who's slightly overweight to appear in their underwear.
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