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Michael Hoffman Jr.
Julie (Lisandro) Corgill's rack is the highlight of this grade Z movie
Amusing enough throwback to late 1970s early 1980s slasher movies, with lots of good looking (albeit young) girls, scantily clad and large breasted, who end up hiking through the wilderness and eventually hold up in a remote cabin during a snowstorm after their van runs out of gas. They begin the usual drinking and f**king in this luxurious and fully stocked cabin, before being sliced and diced by an unseen killer. The ever present clichés notwithstanding, this is actually kind of a funny little Z-movie, a hybrid of slasher flicks and soft core porno, with the requisite nude/ shower scenes featuring mostly porno chicks in their first and only horror flick and a couple of gory killings thrown in so that this can actually be called a "horror" movie. It can't always rise above the microscopic budget: with its home video quality look and feel to it despite some occasionally inspired camera work, and the bouncy girl on the footbridge was clearly only about 8 feet off the ground, while trying to appear to be 200 feet in the air. The final resolution about the killer's identity is far from surprising or convincing, and is probably the biggest letdown. The biggest mystery about this movie: why are the opening credits shown in front of two Christmas tree angels and a flashlight?
It's certainly no classic, but it's slightly better than some people here have said, and the deleted scene on the DVD, which was taken from an unfinished project, along with Julie Corgil's bouncy 33Ds, make this worth the rental price alone.
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