Victor McShane disappeared on Blanchard Hill in the spring of 1985. No one knows what happened to him... Twenty years later, a group of campers take a hike on Blanchard, unaware that a ... See full summary »
Victor McShane disappeared on Blanchard Hill in the spring of 1985. No one knows what happened to him... Twenty years later, a group of campers take a hike on Blanchard, unaware that a killer is on the loose, killing people without mercy. Two detectives are called up to Blanchard Hill to solve the mystery and locate the campers before they suffer a fate worse than death... Written by
Roger's vomiting moment is real; the scene was shot while actor Jess Manley was having a hangover. The closeup of corn-dog chunks is real. See more »
Peter, I think we've got a serial killer on our hands.
But a bear did this.
But, Peter, the machete wounds on this man could not have been done by a bear. They match the ones on those honky-tonk kids, except bloodier for some reason.
Oh come on, Roger. No man could possess the power to do something like this!
Yes, Peter. Yes he could.
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When i sat to watch, i felt some bored about movie. But in later it became to a wonderful movie. I'm a fan of horror movies. I have watched lots of horror movies. this one also one of best movies,i have watched. I give this to 9/10 .
In the film, an ancient Indian curse on Blanchard Hill is reawakened when a group of friends go to a trip. Fun turns to terror as a mysterious man starts hacking people to pieces. Two sketchy detectives are the friends' only hope of making it out of Blanchard Hill, can he alive...
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