In England, when the naive Emilio buys an old van, he invites his friends Judd, Molly and Andrew and his sister Ally to travel to a lake in the woods. They get lost and while trying to get directions in a bar in the road to follow the trip, they are scared by a crazy old man, who tells that there are missing persons on the spot. Then, Emilio runs over a woman and she faints. The group sees a mailbox in the roadside and Judd, Molly and Andrew enter in the forest trying to get some help. Along the night, they are chased by naked fallen angels thirsty of blood and their keeper. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
turning them off before the closing credits start rolling. This was one of those few. I'm sorry I spent the $7.00 buying this movie and may consider either tossing it or using it to shim a kitchen table.
The movie opens with a couple making out on the hood of a new Mercedes Benz. Within the first 2 minutes, the "fallen angels" arrive, start making out with the guy who basically walks away from his girl friend. The angels go from beautiful to hideous with no care to how the special effects are done and basically kill the guy.
At this point, I'm saying.. "hmm, okay, I'll give it a bit more.. at least up to Savini"
The main characters were pathetic and the obnoxious sister was just overly obnoxious to the point of total annoyance.
Tom Savini comes in as a crazed homeowner with a house that's prolly 2-3 miles from his mailbox with no driveway.. yeah sure. His acting is terrible (stick to effects, make-up and George Romero cameo's please).
The "fallen angels" are played by cute girls, but not angelic looking by any means. Pretty but not gorgeous.
Bottom line checklist as to what this movie is lacking:
-Background story -Effects -Acting -Budget -Scares
What the movie offers:
Take your money and your time and watch something, anything else.
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