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He's just a scream away. See more »
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Rebecca and Sandra borrow a car and decide to go on a road trip. Soon after they have stopped at an isolated gas station... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Really, Really bad, but I will give it a 2 since one is reserved for even worse films. See more (15 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Cecilia Bergqvist ... Rebecca
Bob Dougherty ... Robert Brink
Marcel Romeijn ... Creature
Marlene Simons ... Sandra
Christa De Vries ... Martha
Corine Boon ... Belinda
Arlette Adriani ... Melissa

Ron Smoorenburg ... Mark
Karin Van Duuren ... Chrissie
Sharon Gosler ... Ellie

Directed by
Marc Ickx 
 
Writing credits
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Liam Bradley 
Marc Ickx 

Produced by
Michael Dwyer .... executive producer
Paul Keurvers .... producer
Johan Vandewoestijne .... producer (as James Desert)
 
Original Music by
Marc Ickx 
 
Cinematography by
Paul Amand 
Gaetan Verboven 
 
Film Editing by
Johan Vandewoestijne 
 
Production Design by
Etienne Mylemans 
 
Art Direction by
Etienne Mylemans 
 
Makeup Department
Miranda De Wit .... makeup artist
Marie Degryse .... assistant hair stylist
Marie Degryse .... assistant makeup artist
Dainora Dulcyte .... makeup artist
Rob Rosen .... assistant makeup effects
 
Art Department
Lieva De Beukaler .... swing blade
 
Sound Department
Raf Enkels .... sound recordist (as Raf Enckels)
Fredo Gevaert .... adr recordist
Fredo Gevaert .... sound effects editor
Fredo Gevaert .... sound mixer
Fredo Gevaert .... sound re-recording mixer
Fredo Gevaert .... supervising sound editor
Jevon Lambrechts .... sound recordist
Tino Plettinck .... dialogue editor
Tino Plettinck .... foley editor
Tino Plettinck .... foley recordist
Jeroen Vertriest .... sound recordist
 
Special Effects by
Leon Dutz .... pyrotechnician
Francesco Rossi .... special effects
 
Stunts
Jan Gerritsen .... stunt coordinator
Ron Smoorenburg .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Wouter Dewilde .... first assistant camera
Johnny Laevens .... electrician
Fons Vandenbulck .... second assistant camera
Gregg Young .... grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Karin Van Duuren .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Dirk Vandewalle .... color timer
 
Music Department
Michel Vanderhaeghe .... score recording assistant
 
Other crew
Cindy Barg .... additional voices
Charles Bertrand .... insurance
Kirsten Walraad .... additional voices
 
Thanks
Brian De Palma .... special thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Junior" - USA (video title)
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Rated R for strong violence/gore and language
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Netherlands:94 min | USA:92 min
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Really, Really bad, but I will give it a 2 since one is reserved for even worse films., 20 June 2014
Author: Shawn Stetsko

Unimaginative and flat characters and concept, terrible acting but not so much as to be good, no plot (but it's a slasher flick right, so oh well), but worst of all, one of the most terribly done killers in the history of horror films. I mean really, the hunchback of Notre Dame who sways side to side like a drunken monkey, and who occasionally does a flip for no other reason apparently that that he can. Plus he has a cheesy sickle that was intended to be cool but looks like some kid threw it together in an afternoon metal shop class. There are also the most ridiculous scenes where the villain taunts the victim... you know, those sorts of scenes where you have to ask "how did no one see him". And the acting... let's get back to the acting... accents that are all over the place, cheesy monologues, utter emotional/moral inconsistency, the list goes on. Still, will I say it is the worst movie ever? No. The first few minutes I thought it might be a decent 80s flick tribute, and in a way it still is. It has a bit of a campy retro feel. It has an okay setting and bad, but not the worst, effects (for the few there are). I would never recommend it, but I would buy it for $1... not more... just $1.

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