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Exit 33 (2011)

A few miles off EXIT 33, lies IKE'S LAST CHANCE GAS. A secluded sleepy hideaway where Ike prepares a special jerky for customers, and a terrifying secret. Ike and his son are controlled by ... See full summary »

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A few miles off EXIT 33, lies IKE'S LAST CHANCE GAS. A secluded sleepy hideaway where Ike prepares a special jerky for customers, and a terrifying secret. Ike and his son are controlled by a mysterious ghost, whose bidding lead Ike to abduct and torture beautiful women travelers. But, there is more to this story than meets the eye... literally! Written by Dwayne Roszkowski

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Ike: Careful, there's a lot of freaks out there.
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Disposable Low Budget Horror
4 August 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A few miles off Exit 33, lies Ike's Last Chance Gas. A secluded sleepy hideaway where Ike (Kane Hodder) prepares a special jerky for customers...

I am going to use this space to ramble a bit. First of all, seeing Kane Hodder move increasingly towards acting without a mask is great -- the man deserves recognition for all the work he has done, and not just in horror. So thank you to all the directors who put Hodder in your films.

Next, who is Norman Koza? I have no idea. He wrote and produced this film, but has no other credits to his name. He wants us to know it is a "Norman Koza Production". Why? I feel like giving Koza the top billing for crew is just a bit off. But then, maybe he paid for the whole thing out of pocket...

Tommy Brunswick can rightfully be called a B-movie master (mistress?). She has made a variety of films like "They Must Eat" and "Little Red Devil" that are not bad, but do not have enough money to be as great as they should be. Her biggest hit is still probably "Mr. Jingles". I would love to see Brunswick really blossom, but for now she remains a notch below Fred Olen Ray, and that is not a place you want to be.

This film's biggest problem, besides the budget, is the plot. A gas station plot? This has been done to death since at least "Texas Chain Saw Massacre", and probably sooner. The film quality ranks at about reality TV level, and the opening sex scene is not remotely sexy (and it is clothed... that is a good tick).

I suppose I could ask some questions, like if the "33" in the title has any religious significance. Or if a shot of a CD player at 0:33 was coincidental or on purpose (I assume on purpose). But, you know, I am just not that curious.

The press release saws the film is "a no holds barred gore-fest that dares viewers to look away", with "unrelenting suspense and biting humor" that "will satisfy any horror fan's bloodlust." I cannot stress enough how that is one of the bigger crocks I have seen in a press release. If you are dumb enough to believe it, that is your own problem.


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