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Motor Home Massacre -- Seven young friends climb aboard a vintage RV headed for a fun-filled weekend in the woods when they encounter a night vision goggled, machete-wielding psychopath.


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4 August 2005 (USA) See more »
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Seven young friends climb aboard a vintage RV headed for a fun-filled weekend in the woods when they encounter a night vision goggled, machete-wielding psychopath. | Add synopsis »
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Terribly clunky, yet strangely amusing after a while See more (36 total) »


  (in credits order)

Shan Holleman ... Sabrina

Nelson Bonilla ... Roger

Justin Geer ... Benji
Tanya Fraser ... Nicole
Breanne Ashley ... Brooke

Greg Corbett ... Nick
Lane Morlotte ... Jebediah (store clerk) (as Lane Morlote)
Diana Picallo ... Melanie
Nichole Crisp ... Faith
West Cummings ... Jake
Todd Herring ... Lincoln
Sande McGehee ... Park Ranger (as Sande McGhee)
Jason Von Stein ... Tom
Ted Ladue ... Terry
Nicole Reed ... Benji's Dream Girl
Lowell Cahill ... Man Throwing Paper
Sandra Golf ... Truck Driver

Allen Wilbanks ... NVGK Voice
Honolulu ... Lulu

Directed by
Allen Wilbanks 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Allen Wilbanks 

Produced by
Ted Alderman .... co-producer
Audrey Barrett .... co-producer
Brad Berger .... line producer
Brad Berger .... producer
Austin Chaney .... co-producer
Darrel Chaney .... co-producer
Chris Chesowsky .... co-producer
Bryan Clark .... co-producer
Scott Ennis .... co-producer
Christopher Free .... co-producer
Cary Goldberg .... co-producer
Kevin Hanley .... associate producer
Robert Hatch .... co-producer
Amie Hitch .... co-producer
Curt Knox .... co-producer
Chris LeClar .... co-producer
Eric Longpre .... co-producer
Ben Moore .... co-producer
Brandon Nemeth .... co-producer
Charles-Emmanuel Ouellette .... co-producer
Drew Pearson .... co-producer
David Peterson .... co-producer
Christopher K. Philippo .... co-producer (as Christopher Philippo)
Paul T. Phillips .... co-producer
Clarence W. Price .... co-producer
J.T. Seidler .... co-producer
David M. Sitbon .... co-producer (as David 'Nobtis' Sitbon)
Christopher Walker .... co-producer
Cinematography by
Allen Wilbanks 
Film Editing by
Rett Thompson 
Allen Wilbanks 
Production Design by
Nancy Miller 
Art Direction by
Lynda Wilbanks 
Set Decoration by
Nancy Miller 
Makeup Department
Samantha Cobb .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
West Cummings .... second assistant director
Nicole Reed .... first assistant director
Art Department
Lynda Wilbanks .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Scott Balzer .... boom operator
Scott Balzer .... sound
Winston Chaney .... boom operator
Winston Chaney .... sound
Special Effects by
Sabrina Wagner .... special effects assistant
Sabrina Wagner .... special effects technician
Roy Wooley .... special effects supervisor
Bryan Wynia .... special effects assistant
Bryan Wynia .... special effects technician
Justin Geer .... stunt driver
Sandi Golf .... stunt driver
Ted Ladue .... stunt coordinator
Jason Von Stein .... stunt driver
Camera and Electrical Department
Marc Abernathy .... camera operator
Hsanni Henry .... camera operator
Alan Pogue .... camera operator
Chris Shrider .... gaffer
Kyle Soard .... camera operator
Rhett Thompson .... camera operator
Kent Wall .... camera operator
Other crew
Ryan Campbell .... production assistant
Genevieve Darr .... story editor
Joni Douangchay .... production assistant
Jordan Harbin .... craft service
Tanya Jones .... script supervisor
Kyle Soard .... production assistant
Kent Wall .... production assistant

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Rated R for violence, sexuality, language and drug use
USA:88 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Greg Corbett also auditioned for the role of Roger.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Friday the 13th Part III (1982)See more »
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12 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Terribly clunky, yet strangely amusing after a while, 13 June 2006
Author: davitalvitch from United States

I expected nothing from this film other than a way to help me recover from my three-day 35th birthday celebrating, a day I spent watching films in bed. I expected even less from it once that horrible "I'm a trucker" main titles song was played. The Roger character was the worst of the bunch for he was so over-the-top obnoxious and revolting that he'd not be anyone's polar-opposite friend at their age. Therefore, the very set up that these "types" (wigger, sexist pig, dweeb) would be still be friends as adults is ridiculous.

You have to understand that this is actually a comedy, which became evident once the dweeb fantasizes that when the girl in bed slowly, teasingly lowers the bed sheet, she reveals not her breasts but a report card featuring two A+'s.

However, it's a very trying film to sit through. I think I stopped it at one point to check e-mail. Even for low-budget, there are scenes which are just so stupid they're not even bad-enjoyable. Case in point: the convenience store scene. This seemed written by two 14-year-olds. Dreadful. And note how the owner tells them how there was a murder "last night" and concludes his tale by stating that "they never found out who did it." Ah, speed investigations...

In fact, I'd be surprised if the script HADn't been written by various persons for there seemed to be different styles of writing. In contrast, a tied-up-in-bed scene produces an amusing conversation during the fishing-out of a pocket knife from the male's pants.

Justin Geer, who played the dweeb, was fun to watch, for he actually can act. Tanya Fraser, the black girl whom is twice befriended, was good, and game even when being referred to as "tar baby." She has a very funny scene later in the film involving one of the blondes and a frying pan.

The film gets better, in its bad-self way, as it nears its conclusion for it becomes simply ludicrous and over-the-top. (If one wishes to be let in to the RV before it drives away, perhaps going to the FRONT of the RV where, you know, the WINDSHIELD is, is better than pounding on the back of it.) It's played as a joke by the remaining cast, and if you're drinking and/or toking with friends, you'll chuckle. This is simply a film one cannot take seriously as horror or as a full-on comedy, but I find myself liking it, in a limited way. I'd watch it again with friends on "Bad Movie Night," but skip past certain scenes.

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