After lying to their parents and running off to see a rock concert, five teenagers leave their suburb neighborhood of Islamabad and travel into the wild only to have their van break down and they get set upon by not only flesh eating zombies, but a ghoulish hitchhiker, and a blood-soaked, burqa-wearing killer.
Pakistan's First Gore Film
Did You Know?
In the toilet scene when Ayesha turns having changed her clothes, scribbled on the wall is a phone number 777-9311 which is a funk song by The Time, one of the Director's favourites. See more
(at around 1h 10 mins) In the scene where Ash killed the maniac hitting him with a stone, she isn't wearing her Allah locket (which she kept wearing throughout). Then she finds the murder weapon and still she isn't wearing it, but when she returns to his dead body she's wearing her locket again. See more
You are on the road to Hell my children.
References High Tension
Munda Shehr Lahore Da
Music by Tafo
Lyrics by Khawaja Pervez
(as Khwaja Parvaiz)
Sung by Noor Jehan
(as Melody Queen Madame Noor Jehan) See more