When Kimberly has a violent premonition of a highway pileup she blocks the freeway, keeping a few others meant to die, safe...Or are they? The survivors mysteriously start dying and it's up to Kimberly to stop it before she's next.
On one last road trip before they're sent to serve in Vietnam, two brothers and their girlfriends get into an accident that calls their local sheriff to the scene. Thus begins a terrifying experience where the teens are taken to a secluded house of horrors, where a young, would-be killer is being nurtured.
A group of delinquents are sent to clean the Blackwell Hotel. Little do they know reclusive psychopath Jacob Goodnight (Jacobs) has holed away in the rotting hotel. When one of the teens is captured, those who remain -- a group that includes the cop who put a bullet in Goodnight's head four years ago -- band together to survive against the brutal killer.
Michael J. Pagan
Eric and his Yankee teenage mates travel South by motorbike to a swampy backwater town in Louisiana, where Sean's father Ray lived, the local tow truck driver, who abandoned the then baby-boy and his mother. Ray recently died, while trying to rescue a voodoo witch and at her urging her trunk, which got opened and released the poisonous serpents possessed by the souls of truly evil sinners she trapped in them. Ray was bitten and possessed as the car sunk, and shortly after it's dragged out rises as an 'undead' zombie, who murders without provocation and is immune to lethal weapons. He soon finds the teens' trace and proves his indiscriminately evil blood-thirst by charging his only offspring equally lethally. However they were warned by Eden's friend Cece, the witch's granddaughter, who explained the situation in her home and assures them when the zombie attacks it's safe thanks to a 'blessed' spell preventing evil from entering; alas the chain- and crowbar-waving undead finds a way ... Written by
When Sean is pulled through the window with the chain by Ray Sawyer, the whole window behind him shatters. However, a few moments later inside the house - the window has somehow repaired itself. See more »
Deep in the cajun hell of Lousiana swamps an old women uncovers a suitcase guarded by a fang gris-gris. Within it lies a dark secret of voodoo rituals, which the woman, a Voodoo mambo, aims to recover in order to bury or destroy. Unfortunately her car participates in a road accident which releases the contents of the suitcase - two venomous snakes. Ray (Rick Cramer), a tow-truck driver, is attacked by the snakes and is soon after found dead in the water by local. Soon afterwards however Ray rises from the dead and starts his murderous rampage...
A horror story like many others. And due to this immensely hard to review. The scenery backdrop of the story is naturally encapsulating, but that is all that keeps you involved. Other from that this snakes mouth is full of rotting fangs, which fall out one by one leaving a toothless monster story to painfully unfold. Characters are barely brushed upon, while the story bogs down into inconsistencies and copycat repetitiveness. Almost each scare or kill reeks of deja vu. Some of the scenes even seem to borrow from others in the same movie. The movie starts off with a silent hiss and ends abruptly when the script finally runs out of air. Doomed to be a passing memory in the horror genre and only a fleeting memory in my mind, noted only by the existence of this scarce review.
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