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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
The Barleys, a tight-knitted family of cannibals living in a small town in Texas, send out Sugar, one of their kin, out for some of their special form of 'take-out'. This, of course, causes trouble when she abducts the daughter of Donna (who gets understandable peeved, only more so when the local sheriff won't help much), who decides to take in into her own hands to find her abducted daughter.
This movie's main plot doesn't even start up until half an hour into to film and even then the movie seems content to leisurely move slowly along. What could have been a reasonably OK short is stretched so thin that it's merely boring.
Eye Candy: Davina Joy gets topless
My Grade: D
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