Two professional thieves break into a house in search of a safe, only to discover a man beaten beyond recognition, tied down to torn mattress in a hidden room. They decide to help, only to ... See full summary »
Scott W. McKinlay
Performed by Gypsy Saddletramps: Brian Stewart (as B. Charlie Stewart), Michael Benfield, Mitch Perry, Sean Holland, Charlie Harrison, Tony Braunagel, Dusty Wakeman and Bill Stewart See more »
"Creep Van" is impossible to rate because the movie often makes little sense, indeed, its often nonsensical.
The best comparison is to say it was watching the average YouTube video; the people making it obviously thought it was much funnier than the movie actually was. Often absurd, and occasionally I laughed, but often in disbelief or at the absurdity of the events on screen, rather than because it was funny.
Another description would be Troma without the talent. Or, if you've seen any Syfy movie where the monster kills bystanders long before interacting with any central characters, the van's screen time is generally limited to things like that.
Otherwise there's much nonsense, like a drug dealer screaming into his phone before finishing with "of course I'll tell Mom I love her", the martial arts girl beating up perverted engineer before both get turned into roadkill, etc.
It's stupid, but you'll probably be tired of it before it's over.
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