It started off as the ultimate way to spend Halloween. Seven teenagers travel to an old, decrepit house, the site of a horror movie set and rumored to be haunted. But when two grave robbers...
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A boy reads about the attacks of a unknown animal on livestock in the town. He plans to run his own investigation. The so called beast however is also used as a metaphor for every day problems the townsfolk face.
It started off as the ultimate way to spend Halloween. Seven teenagers travel to an old, decrepit house, the site of a horror movie set and rumored to be haunted. But when two grave robbers arrive seeking refuge from an army of the living dead, it becomes the ultimate fight for survival.Written by
In the end credits, the actors are listed with a description of what happens to their characters (Lost His Head Zombie, Baseball Zombie, Nude Zombie Chick, etc.) and the supporting cast is separated into two lists: "Featured Zombies" and "The Rest of the Zombie Cast". Also, during the end credits we are shown several outtakes and scenes from a blooper reel. See more »
Okay, maybe it was obviously supposed to be a joke. But it's a really bad one. Shaun of the Dead and House of 1000 Corpses are send-ups of cheesy horror movies. This movie is an irredeemable piece of crap. It looks like some film-school dropout borrowed his dad's camcorder, provided some free beer for his friends, and drove out to an abandoned farmhouse to try to make a movie. The acting is horrific, the plot is non-existent, and the special effects look like something out of a Saturday Night Live sketch. They couldn't even get the makeup right. The zombies don't even look like zombies. They look like college kids dressed as zombies. I suspect when Ron Jeremy looks back on his career, he'll consider this film to be among his lowest moments. I appreciate bad horror films as much as anyone, but this monstrosity should be avoided at all costs.
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