When Mark, Parker, Melissa, and Karen decide to go camping in the small town of Pleasant Point, they find the town has much to offer... including a string of brutal murders. When Melissa is...
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When Mark, Parker, Melissa, and Karen decide to go camping in the small town of Pleasant Point, they find the town has much to offer... including a string of brutal murders. When Melissa is kidnapped by a psychotic doctor who thinks she is his late wife who has come back to him, the three friends must rescue her, team up with the local police to bring down the killer, and escape with their own lives before they are pushed past the point of fear.Written by
The flashback scenes were filmed one year before principal photography began. This was done so that they would have the footage of Albert (Zachary Redden) before he got too old to play the part. See more »
[talking to Dr. Jamison]
Quit acting like a doctor! You lost all that! They took your license away because you couldn't control what you were doing, just like you couldn't control what you were doing out there with Albert!
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Steve Miller is credited as "Bill Borzak" in the end credits. Bill Borzak is a name that he would go by many times while wrestling. See more »
This movie was amazing. I enjoyed the soundtrack, acting, and the story! The cinematography was great. The scenery was wonderful as well. Jason Benjamin did an amazing job as Dr. Jamison and I really enjoyed every single death scene. Every fight scene was choreographed to perfection, and you really felt the sense of urgency that the characters felt as well. At the start of every fight or death scene there was some awesome music kicking in that just made you want to scream! There were several instances when the theater would go through the emotions with the characters as well. One minute you are laughing and the other minute you are wondering what in the world just happened. What you are going to see is great fight scenes, good acting, awesome dialog, and killer music. What you will not see is a bunch of dumb teenagers doing the exact opposite of what they should be doing. You will also not be compelled to scream at the theater screen "You're going the wrong way," or "what an idiot" which is the case in many horror flicks. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to see a good slasher film with some intelligence to it.
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