When a group of Satan worshiping bikers seek out a book holding the secrets of eternal life, they accidentally resurrect an ancient evil in the woods, that manifests itself in the zombified...
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In Antonello Giallo's follow up to the notorious Pleasures of the Damned, private investigator Jack Steele is hired by a mysterious treasure hunter to help find the lost treasure of Marco ... See full summary »
Fiona Crowley Colegrove
Lorraine and Mark enter the world of witchcraft where Mara foretells the future and helps them remember their past lives. When a series of mysterious murders begin to occur, they turn to Dr. Helsford for advice.
When a group of Satan worshiping bikers seek out a book holding the secrets of eternal life, they accidentally resurrect an ancient evil in the woods, that manifests itself in the zombified forms of cult members that killed themselves in the same woods some 200 years ago. Private Investigator, Jack Steele, while on a mission to help rescue Evelyn Crane's brother Tommy from the hands of the bikers, gets entangled in the situation, and may be the only one that can lay the curse to rest for good.Written by
The makers of this movie obviously don't take themselves or this film seriously. It's ultra low budget tongue-in-cheek horror schlock -purposefully, hilariously, and brilliantly cheesy. If you're a fan of Troma (Toxic Avenger, Sgt Kabuki Man NYPD, Class of Nuke'em High) or other such independent cheese cinema('Hobo With a Shotgun' is another awesome example), you'll love this. This movie is bad as it wants to be. It's not trying to be anything else and that's what makes it soo good. I mean -what's not to love? -gratuitous blood, hilariously bad voice dubbing, awesomely low budget special effects, satanist bikers! And a love story?! The bottom line is: if you have sense of humor you'll dig this -if not, then you won't get it and you can go back to watching your Two and a Half Men re-runs.
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