Four teenagers, Malik, Gem, Barbie and Wes, take a excursion to an old series of mine tunnels under the border area of California and Mexico where they, and a few other people traveling by, become trapped and are soon set upon by ghosts of a series of victims who are under the control of a warlock bent on carnage. Written by
The cast on Amber Benson's foot is real. Shortly before filming, a landscaping mishap at home caused several fractures. See more »
After Gen steals the necklace from the old man, you see her holding it in her hand. In the next shot though the old man is still clearly wearing the necklace but in the following shot it's gone and Gem is holding again. See more »
We don't know shit!
Well, you got about 10 seconds to make shit something you do know!
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No animals were hurt during the production of this screenplay. Even the vampire ones. See more »
Four teens set out one day to explore one of those tunnels that run under the USA/Mexican border, not on any geological quest mind you, but it's rumored that there is a stash of some really primo grass there, the stuff they called in my misspent youth, Acapulco Gold. Nice and aged it should have a great street value.
The four teens are Cerina Vincent, Callard Harris, Amber Benson, and Edward Furlong. At the time this film was made Edward Furlong was all of 28 and looked it, but I'm sure this was the best they were offering him.
Now if nothing had ever happened why Benson was along is beyond me. She has a broken foot and is on crutches and she's really not much help in a crisis. And the crises start piling up.
First our four explorers meet some real live drug dealers who are upset that someone is on their turf. The only other ones allowed are coyotes running illegals across the border. But then they meet up with crazy old Steve Railsback who has an army of ghosts he's collected in the tunnel. All part of some vengeance scheme involving his late son, Paul Cram who is also appearing as ectoplasm.
This was supposed to be a camp version of a horror film, but I found very few laughs here.
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