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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Deep in the shadows lives a legend so horrifying, it has paralyzed the locals for decades. In this terrifying sequel six thrill seekers from the suburbs chase the legend of Cyrus to it's ... See full summary »
While camping in Jasper Park up North California, the couple Tom Alan Smithee and Gwen Marie Holden are attacked by a group of strangers; Tom is immediately killed and Gwen is abducted by ... See full summary »
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
If you look closely at the article that Mark holds, you can see the street name for Dr. Jamison's office is Romero Street (alluding to George A. Romero) and the author's last name is Savini (alluding to Tom Savini). See more »
[reading article about murder]
This is some pretty heavy stuff for some small town, isn't it?
We should have gone to the beach. I could be getting such a good tan right now!
Don't look at me. The mountains were'nt my idea.
God. She was stabbed 13 times. She wasn't murdered, she was mutilated!
[yanks article out of Mark's hands]
Would you keep it down! You'll scare the girls.
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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 »
Understand this is my opinion of the film, and I truly respect everyones hard work and dedication to this project. This movie was poorly produced and it's apparently due to the lack of funds that were available. The movie is the perfect example of why it's obvious that you need far more than 5-10 grand to produce a great film. It's not even worth it unless you can pay for good talent, and better equipment. The sound was lousy, the acting was weak, a level equal to what you can find at any local high school or community college acting department. A prime example of B Flick entertainment, the foundation of mediocrity in the industry.
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