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A group of college boys, bored with the every day "gay life" of LA, decide to skip Pride weekend in exchange for a camping trip in the woods. Quickly overcome with boredom in their new surroundings, the boys venture into a game that ultimately unleashes the vengeful spirit of a local legend known as Malice Valeria. Overcome by her deadly plan of tainted love and her thirst to take back what was lost long ago, the boys must now band together before they fall victim to the poisons of a broken heart.Written by
The wedding dress worn by the character Malice Valeria, was purchased from a vintage shop on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. Because of this, there were no duplicates and the dress had to be spot cleaned a number of times during make-up effect scenes. See more »
Actor, Daniel Berilla, has his name misspelled in the opening credits. His last name is presented as 'Barilla', like the pasta brand. See more »
Oh no, don't you be starting that again. Get a room. I'm so horny that the slightest tease of anything may possibly cause me to explode! I wasn't kidding about exploding, guys! Keep making me watch that and you will think the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man got gunned down again!
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Finally ! After making the rounds of the few gay horror movies out there, this is the first one that I could actually watch back to back without fast-forwarding in hopes of actual scares or naughty bits to while away the boredom.
A group of friends (who do sound like a group of friends, unlike most slasher movies) rent a cabin in the woods to escape the hollow festivities of West Hollywood Gay Pride. Once there, boredom fast settles as they're deprived of their usual party tactics, until a Ouija board awakens the spirit of a Gothic murderess.
Most of the cast is instantly likable, though as a gay man, it's usually cringe-y to admit that, yes, you do talk and act like that. Past that vanity trip, you will invariably identify with at least one of the leads, be it the romantic hunk, the party blonde twink, the lonesome dreamer or, why not, the tested straight friend (if I was straight, I would have killed all of these sissies after one hour).
The director makes good use of the limited settings. For a gay horror movie, it didn't look like a camcorder cheapie. It does compete with low-budget straight slasher.
The obligatory titillation mostly comes from the guys parading bare-chested, and they look good, with the occasional sex scene thrown in. The scares, well, it's not really scary, but there's quite a bit of blood, and the undead murderess was venomous enough. There's no dead time, and the comedy helps make it through the body count and the final twist. Really not bad at all.
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