Well I was very pleasantly surprised with this movie. I had no idea what to expect, knowing only that it was a micro-budget movie and was going to be silly. All the characters are certainly unique from each other, pretty exaggerated and original. Yet most are stereotypes - we've got the fat goth chick, the d-bag guy from Jersey (who wears a Britny Fox shirt with cut-off sleeves!), and the close-minded redneck, to name a few. The Caspian character is especially a riot with his facial expressions, accent and vocal inflection. There's so many random lines of quirckily outrageous dialogue (most of it dirty) that that fact alone keeps you tuned in. I laughed out loud at least a dozen times.
Now, the plot isn't very thick, in fact, it barely exists (but who cares): Some kids go up to a cabin for the weekend and begin getting attacked by a guy in a mask. The description on the Low Budget Pictures webpage even says "Witness deaths the likes of which you have TOTALLY seen before and better! One part Friday the 13th, one part Ernest goes to camp and 3 parts cream cheese." The special effects are crap, though decent by micro-budget standards. There's a little nudity, when one skinny gothy-girl takes off her top.. though I would've liked to see Ashley Sawyer (played by Nichole LaRoche) do it instead.
All in all, this movie's a riot, and I recommend it to anyone wanting a good laugh.
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