Inspired by true accounts and the craze that took place in the late 1970's and early 80's, follows in the footsteps of classic horror films from that generation. In 1980, ten year old twins...
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Inspired by true accounts and the craze that took place in the late 1970's and early 80's, follows in the footsteps of classic horror films from that generation. In 1980, ten year old twins Toby and Cindy Richards were abducted by a group of demented satanic cult members. Cindy managed to escape, but Toby was never found. Twenty-five years later, a group of six friends take a canoe trip to re-kindle their friendship, only to find themselves in trouble with crazy, small town locals and the same satanic cult that took Toby years ago. Can the friends make it out of the town of Thornwood alive and in one piece, or will the become victims of sacrifice. Written by
I have seen some bad films in my time, but this is about as bad as bad gets. The atrociousness begins with the "re-enactments" of various witness accounts of satanic activities that occurred during the 80's. I knew I was in for one hell of a bad ride judging from the "acting" of those doing the reenacting. But, being the glutton for punishment that I am, I persisted in watching this "horror" unfold. And unfold it did, all over my computer screen, my keyboard, and spilling over onto my pants and shoes, which I ended up throwing out since I couldn't remove the stench. Yeah thats how bad this "flick" is. Pinkish watery blood...need I say more. Or how about a horribly made-up redneck vagabond with clean overalls. I mean, come on!! Don't people get paid to think this crap through before filming? I can't get back that 90 or so minutes but I CAN spare someone else. Do yourself a favor and just say "no thanks, I'll skip this one". I wish I had.
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