OK, it's not a good movie, the acting is really mediocre, the subjective camera is awful and the whole photograph of the film is poor. But the plot is OK (kinda), it's all twisted up (as it's supposed to) and the only "too much" thing is the frozen parents at the table, since it is a "based on true events" and recurs us to some cases, even to recent ones such as Josef Fritzl's, on keeping his daughter locked in the basement and having sex with her. On this plot, the serial killer kidnaps the victims, keep and rape them in a basement-like room at the bottom of a tall building with no doors or windows for a month, then kill, cook and eat them, also feeding the next victims with the meat.
There is this really innocent lady who gets kidnapped on Halloween night by a really suspect tow driver. Then an FBI agent is sent to look for her (let me add here, the FBI agent's boss is completely retarded. he asks her if she can pull the trigger right after she killed two criminals and then send her to "another sh't assignment that could get ugly") and ends up in the same place as the girl. One more note here: the serial killer's dog is the size of a regular dog, but he can attack and disarm an FBI agent and is referred by the Sheriff as "that is a damn horse".
In the end, the town's Sheriff is the one to understand what's happening in the junkyard and goes back there just in time to shoot the dog before he attacks (again) the agent and the girl, who were able to escape the killer by shooting the gas tank of a car and exploding it and a lot others, also burning up the killer. There's still an extra scene after the credits, where a lady's car breaks down, and the serial killer tow driver (who got burned and fell down just moments ago) appears to help her. To end even worse, the ending dialogue is "my fiancé is waiting on me to eat, do you know how long this is gonna take?" "just about a month".
So the film is really arguable on every single aspect, but it's a B movie with (I guess) no intention of being a Major. It's a not-so-much low budget, so the bad acting and photography is understandable. the script is OK. it's not a good movie at all, but I've seen a lot worse.