To reconcile the problems in their relationship, Myra (Anello) and James (Lawless) go to a cabin in the mountains where they encounter an ancient evil that haunts the land, capable of turning people into monsters.
A ridiculous but somehow warmhearted indie flick with a not-so-indie feel.
Though a little blunt at times it's a fun movie to watch in a group (especially drunk) and there are definitely a few scenes to die for. Some real great characters are scattered throughout this 90 minute piece, and the principle actors do a real bang-up job on selling the story. The male lead in particular has a great physically comedic aspect to him, and the female lead is freakin' bangin (especially after the costume change toward the end), and the antagonists are instant classics, stereotypes or no. Aside from that, I know that this film was made for almost nothing and it really is a testament to what the crew and producers were able to do in a tight spot.
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