It's cliched! It's boring! It's a stupid, gore-less, humorless horror film with no surprises, no scares, no violence, no special effects, no nudity and no anything else that could potentially entertain a viewer. It wouldn't even be too much of a stretch to say that a nursery school pageant is more professional! It's so bad it makes me want to petition the IMDb for a 0 to be added to the rating system. And it was all shot using a standard consumer-grade VHS camcorder, which you probably have tucked away somewhere in a closet. Now I have absolutely no problem against no-budget movies. This no budget movie, however, I do have a problem with because it's entirely pointless and done with no talent or imagination. The plot revolves around a bunch of dense college-aged acting students who come together one stormy weekend to work on some project at a secluded cabin. Unfortunately for them (and ever more unfortunately for us) some psycho killers who were physically scarred when their house blew up (part of some elaborate film crew prank that backfired years earlier), show up and start killing everyone off. It's just like a home-video quality FRIDAY THE 13TH movie minus all the good stuff. Could a movie be any worse? Geesh, I hope not.
Stars Bobby Johnston (who became a soft-core porn regular in the 90s) and Francine Lapensee both showed up later in the much better film DEMON WIND (1990), and Joe Balogh would pop up a few more times in other d-t-v horror flicks. Although he's not listed here anywhere in the credits, one of the victims is played by Ken Abraham (who may be the "Kent Abrams" in the credits), a B-horror regular of the late 80s - early 90s.
Score: 1 out of 10