On a weekend boating excursion, husband and wife, Rob and Pia become lost and end up in the most unlikely place, a thick brush filled marsh, on an island in the middle of nowhere. With their boat in disarray, darkness coming on, and a heavy thunderstorm starting up, their only solution is to look for help or seek shelter of some kind. They finally come across a decrepit house and barn with no one home. However, there are definite signs of the house being inhabited, and the enormous crop of marijuana in the barn suggests the homeowners may not welcome their presence. Even worse, there is no telephone or means of communication to the outside world. But when the deranged, redneck owners, Brett, Jimmy and their even more sadistic father Poppy return, Rob and Pia realize a fear far beyond anything they have ever known. Furious with the unwanted intrusion of the affluent, snooping intruders, the monstrously sadistic farmers imprison and torture the couple, who fearing for their lives, ...
Survival Can Be Murder
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for strong bloody horror violence, terror, gore, language, some sexuality and nudity
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Did You Know?
An early scene showing Nadia Farès
working with metal sculpture was shot, but was ultimately cut from the final finished version of the film. See more
When Pia catches a fish, Rob's fishing rod goes from being propped up against the side of the boat to laid down flat at the back of the boat without him moving it. See more
Referenced in Long Weekend