On a hot day, two rebellious high school friends, Rickie and JT, decide to skip class to hang out at an abandoned asylum for the mentally ill. After breaking into the derelict place, the fun begins in the ill-lit maze of the institution's long corridors and dark rooms, when, all of a sudden, JT discovers the body of a naked young woman covered with a plastic film. Now, in the light of this grotesque and unexpected finding, troubling questions rise, as this seemingly unresponsive prisoner starts growling and gnashing. Who is this scarred woman? Was she a patient here, or was she the guinea pig of a demented scientist? Above all, how human is this unknown girl who cannot die?
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for strong aberrant sexuality, graphic nudity, bloody violence and pervasive language
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Did You Know?
The dog cannot be in the deadgirl's room because Rickie and JT found that room on another story via a tunnel, while avoiding that dog in the first place. See more
[Rickie asks JT a question while between classes at school
Hey, yo, JT.
[Rickie asks JT while they're both on lunch at school
Man, what word starts with 'F' and ends with 'U-C-K?' Come on. Fire truck, man.
What are you eight?
Referenced in Birth of the Living Dead
Let Your Love Flow
Written by Larry E Wiliams
(as Larry E. Williams)
Published by Figs D Music (BMI)
Performed by The Spokes Men
Courtesy of The Bicycle Music Company See more