The Helpers (2013)

The Helpers (2013)

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Seven friends from Sacramento California all decide to go on a documented trip to Las Vegas. All seems fun until they hit a detour/road block. A couple hours of lost driving later, both of the back tires on the truck are blown out! After some moments of confusion and arguing, the gang comes up with the plan that all the girls will stay inside the truck while all the guys walk down the road to find HELP. A couple miles down the road, the guys find a little gas station Diner/Motel, run by the most friendly, polite and "helpful" people. It appears that their problems are solved, but boy are they wrong! When convinced by "The Helpers" to stay overnight, the friends all wake up in their rooms to a new kind of gruesome and bloody terror! (c) Official Site
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R
Genre:
Horror
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Critic Reviews for The Helpers

All Critics (1)

motel-set torture shocker The Helpers goes efficiently enough through the routines it borrows from Psycho, Vacancy, Wrong Turn and Saw, without ever really finding its own voice.

November 14, 2012
Sight and Sound

Audience Reviews for The Helpers

More dated torture porn that includes the entire package - terrible acting, bad villains, annoying victims, awful dialogue. Just for the record, I would have been out of there as soon as I heard the word 'free.'

Bloodmarsh Krackoon
Bloodmarsh Krackoon
½

This was bad. Really bad. They start off with such a great start. Car breaks down. some people try to help, but really turn out to be killers (It's too much like Vacancy.) The chicks are really annoying with their screaming and crying and there is nothing remotely original about this. I just found myself hating this more and more... I really liked the trailer which made it worse. And if it wasn't a bad enough movie, the music (although not bad at all), really really did not fit. Way too soft for an action flick. Nothing seamed to fit in this one.

John Trifiletti
John Trifiletti

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