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Based on the Imperium Comics series, Trailer Park of Terror. Six troubled high school students and their chaperon, an optimistic youth ministries Pastor, return from an outdoor character building retreat in the mountains. During a raging storm, their bus crashes, hopelessly stranding them in the middle of the Trucker's Triangle, a forgotten locus of consummate evil in the middle of nowhere. The hapless group seeks shelter for the night in a seemingly abandoned trailer park they find down the road. However, when the sun sets, it's not refuge they find. Instead, terror finds them in the form of Norma, a damned redneck reaper with a killer body who dispenses vengeance and death aided by her cursed companions, a bloodthirsty brood of Undead trailer trash. Written by
It is barely noticeable, but when "Norma" brings in a propane tank for grills the valve handle is the old style round. When she turns the handle it changes to the new federally mandated O.P.D. (Overfill Prevention Device) indicator style handle. Then right before she lights her cigarette it switches back to the old style tank handle. See more »
I was not sure what to expect going into TPOF. Obviously there was going to be trailer park and terror, but from the box I was assuming it was going to be another attempt at a independent zombie movie. I was wrong, dead wrong! TPOF is not a zombie movie, which is good (just because of the saturation), it also had an interesting setup which gave us some insight to the characters (Terry from 3's company is still hot!) but I had a serious problem with the storyline.
The are some flaws which should have been addressed, in addition to some unfunny scenes which were unnecessary. However the production value, set design and SPFX was above average from my perspective. The acting was decent plus being a no-budget producer myself, I know first hand how important these aspects are.
I could not recommend renting this unless you like slasher horror movies, good gore or dark humor and this is not a zombie movie, so if your expecting a zombie movie you will be disappointed. JP Welcome to Dreadville Series
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