Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.
A merry band of young psychiatric patients, lead by Luck (Danny Lopes), escapes their mental hospital after shooting a guard and stealing a van. They rush to rendezvous with the seriously demented Rev. Salo (Vincent Lamberti) and his depraved wife (Christie Sanford), who, when not preaching nutty wisdom, have raised their daughter Grace (Lizzy Mahon) as a drug-addicted slave. When the mental patients show up, the reverend and his wife get more than they bargained for, and Grace develops a close relationship with her grandfather (The Amazing Kreskin) who fills her in about her family, but leaves out a pretty important detail about himself. Meanwhile, a devil-horned goat watches it all with a gimlet eye. Yes, a goat. … More
Watch it now
News & Interviews for Horror
No Friends? Inconceivable! Log in to see what your friends have to say.Login
Critic Reviews for Horror
This movie immerses you in a disturbingly cryptic vision of hell of earth unlike any you've seen before. Remember the name Dante Tomaselli: he is one of the most important new voices in horror filmmaking.
It's weird and non-traditional, but its also effective and scary and clearly the work of someone who knows their way around a spooky visual nightmare.
Audience Reviews for Horror
Well I wasted 90 Minutes, and hopeful I will keep you from wasting 90 minutes by watch this. If you understood this one, e-mail me and explain it to me cause it sure got by me, think they changed overall script about 1/2 way through, Zombies that knock on dorrd, yea right. To put it bluntly it sucked.
First of all, this movie makes almost no sense. I've seen it twice and I still have no idea what happened. This movie is more like a hellish, surrealistic nightmare than an actual story. And it that sense, it really works. The acting is terrible and nothing is very clear, but honestly...it's scary. Really, really scary. (Except for this one unintentionally funny part where two jack-o-lantern puppets randomly showed up. No idea what that was about.) The cinematography is beautiful and haunting, and the whole movie is insanely creepy. It's very well-made for having such a low budget. One other complaint - what the heck was up with the opening credits?
ok what is up with the new horors that make fun of the old ones? I have news they are for nonexspericed teens that I guess is what they wanna put out now a hol-a-lota crap that the teens have to go see! I say turn back the clock this chap ain't workin for me!
Discuss Horror on our Movie forum!