The citizens of the southern town Pleasant Valley lure six Yankee tourists into town where they are to be the reluctant guests for the centennial celebration of the day a band of renegade Union troops decimated the town. The town then participates in events, a different event for each of the tourists, in which the tourist is dispatched. One couple begins to suspect something and seeks a way to escape.Written by
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Film debut of Illinois stage actor Taalkeus "Talky" Blank (Jeffrey Allen), who played Mayor Buckman, and who later appeared playing numerous Southern-accented characters in several of Herschell Gordon Lewis' movies. See more »
[Upon finding the plaque that explains the town was attacked by Union Soldiers during the Civil War]
What does it mean?
It means this centennial is a centennial of blood vengeance! It means... It means we're here to be killed!
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The recent (2004) DVD and video release was restored from a European PAL format which runs at nearly 84 minutes, over three minutes short of the original running time although no scenes are cut or edited. See more »
I saw this movie while in the Army. It was part of a blood triple header at a drive-in while stationed in Virginia. Blood Feast, 2000 Maniacs and another movie I forgot the name were on the bill. I can still remember the ways the characters were killed and all the themes from a State Fair that were used. But my favorite was when they cut the girls thumb off and then they fixed it by chopping her arm off. Then later that night by the campfire while they cooked the arm. They sang "I'm rolling my sweet baby's arm." How can you not like this movie it is almost like a must before seeing Kill Bill part 2. Just my opinion.
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