Eight college students travelling to Florida for Spring Break stumble into a remote town in Georgia, where they are set upon by the residents who are out to avenge their deaths by Union troops over one hundred years earlier during the Civil War.
When this year's round of unsuspecting Northerners fail to show up for their annual Guts N' Glory Jamboree, the residents of Pleasant Valley take their cannibalistic carnival on the road, ... See full summary »
A search and recovery team heads into the haunted swamp to pick up the pieces, and Marybeth learns the secret to ending the voodoo curse that has left Victor Crowley haunting and terrorizing Honey Island Swamp for decades.
It's the closing night at the last drive-in theater in America, and Cecil Kaufman has planned to show four movies, which are so rare that they have never been exhibited publicly on American soil, until this very night.
While traveling on vacation to Florida, the college friends Anderson Lee, Cory Jones and Nelson Elliot meet the gorgeous Joey and Kat in a gas station traveling with their gay friend Ricky to the same location. Anderson gives his phone number to Joey in Florida. The teenagers decide to take a shortcut and they find a detour through an old road leading to the Southern town of Pleasant Valley. They are welcomed by the local Mayor Buckman as guests of honor together with Joey, Kat, Ricky and the Afro-American biker Malcolm and his Chinese girlfriend Leah and invited to stay for their Guts and Glory Jubilee with free lodging, meals and booze at Granny Boone's hotel, and dancing, games and a mouth-watering barbecue in the climax of the jubilee. The group accepts the invitation but sooner they find who will supply the meat for the feast. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
In Producer Eli Roth's cameo, he plays the same character he played in his own feature directorial debut, Cabin Fever (2002) See more »
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Unprecedented, historic casualties. More Americans died in the so-called Civil War than in the two World Wars combined. 618,000. Although the popular media usually portrays the Civil War as a series of epic battles for honor and glory, the reality is far from either. General Sherman's march through South Carolina alone cost over 8,000 innocent Southerners their lives.
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Such a bad movie. OK, OK they had Robert Englund which is good, I mean he known for the Nightmare On Elm Street movies and people know him. But my goodness. The actors were bad and so was the general plot. And also, must there be something about sex every few lines. Like with the girl cousins and how almost everything was so sexual no matter what it was. And how convenient that all the girls there happened to be beautiful, bleach blonde, hussy's. Plus the deaths were so violent and gruesome and disgusting!!! Don't get me wrong, a good bloody death can be scary but those scenes were just ridiculous!!! I am going to bring this up again....the acting was TERRIBLE. Who ever made the casting and thought to them selves "wow, what good up coming actors" should NEVER cast again.....EVER. So, in my opinion skip this movie.
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