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While stopping for gas in the backwater burg of Flesh, Texas, Donna Parker finds herself propelled into a nightmare when her daughter Tabitha disappears. After seeking help from the so-called town sheriff, Donna goes looking for Tabitha -- a pursuit that leads to the insane, inbred Barley family. Written by
A person of even average intelligence can see early on this is a bad movie. I won't bore you with the details, because I'm certain if you have read what 'cometojammy' wrote, you'll get an idea of the IQ level of the people that sit through the entire movie.
Therefore, I'm not surprised this incredibly illiterate 'cometojammy' person actually watched the entire movie. The atrocious grammar, coupled with the misspelling extravaganza, would indicate a person with minimal thought process capabilities.
Naturally, a slow thinking, open mouth breather is going to take longer to figure out this is a very bad movie.
It astounds me that people actually go through life with so little education.
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