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Eaters (2015)

R | | 6 October 2015 (USA)
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After their friend goes missing, five road-tripping friends must confront a violent biker gang, but after they narrowly escape, their nightmare goes from bad to spine-chilling.





Cast overview, first billed only:
Alice Woodward
Robert Dean ...
Jude Harris (as Robert William Dean)
Nolan Reynolds
Jonathan Haltiwanger ...
Dillon Armstrong
Jill McCalister
Jack Lutz ...
Victor Packley
Michael Ryan Cunningham ...
Rev Rattle
Jason Rivera ...
Derek Santi
John Hutchinson ...
The Hammer
Karin Keesling ...
The Boy
Anthony Ford ...
The Derby
Derek Weikel ...
The Butcher
Connor Sanders ...
The Dress
Patrick McKinley ...
The Townsman


Five friends embark on an epic road trip, but when one friend disappears at a rest stop, their search brings them face to face with a violent biker gang. After a narrow escape from death, their nightmare goes from bad to spine-chilling when they find themselves being stalked in an abandoned town. Written by Grindstone Entertainment Group, LLC.

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biker | kidnapping | See All (2) »


Prepare to meet a new breed of killers

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Rated R for violence, disturbing images, and language throughout | See all certifications »


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6 October 2015 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Folklore  »

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This was a great low budget film
6 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Personally I'm a fan of low budget movies, especially because of the fact it's fun to watch. 5 kids roll out and get caught up in the middle of no where at a rest stop. One of the girls disappears and they're forced to look for their long lost friend. The acting is great, I enjoyed the discourse and odd nature of the bikers and the bunch. The wig on the main guy cracked me up, it was too rich. They're your classic villains without a cause type characters.

This kind of reminded me of a hills have eyes with a different nature of villains in terms of choice. I like the male and female main protagonist mainly because of being capable of putting you in the willing suspense of disbelief. There was a commitment there that made it entertaining to watch.

The Villains reminded me more of the Strangers with hats. Very creepy and somewhat 1930's Halloween type costumes. Cryptic and Dark in demeanor. What made this a good film for even it's lowest of budgets is the fact the actors were so committed to telling a good story. Think you'll enjoy it if you give it a chance.

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