Jake Pruitt (Danny Nelson) is a psycho, bible quoting tow-truck driver with a slight lisp who causes auto accidents, kidnaps people and sells their organs to black market dealer Mr. Stone (Ray Walston). Tubes, machines and moaning, half-dead people fill up his filthy barn, actually a secret lab (!) where victims are kept on life support until all of their organs can be removed. He also has two sons; the portly, innocent, retarded and sweet-natured Roy (Ralph Pruitt Vaughn) and the sadistic, mean Hiram (Christian Hesler), and a flesh eating pet crocodile that he feeds unfresh body parts to. Lori Birdsong co-stars as April Evans, a bitter, pretty, paralyzed teen girl in a wheelchair who Jake sees competing in a beauty pageant and decides to kidnap, keep hostage in his home and "help" by giving her injections of spinal fluid directly into her back. But the rest of April's family isn't so lucky. After Jake sabotages their RV and tows them back to his home/junkyard, dad Cliff (John Saxon), mom Pat (Laura Whyte) and kid brother Bobby (Andy Greenway), are all chloroformed, taken to the lab and promptly have their organs portioned out. With no one left to turn to for help, can handicapped, pampered April manage to survive life in the sticks with a nutjob on a psycho Robin Hood kick bent on stealing from the healthy to give to the sick?
This independently-produced feature from Georgia is much better than expected, with decent performances (with an especially memorable one from Nelson), plenty of gore and black humor and an exciting car chase finale. Yes, it borrows a lot from movies like MOTEL HELL and several Tobe Hooper features, but it's entertaining and well-done nonetheless. Boxer Evander Holyfield (also an executive producer!) has a cameo and Elvis Presley even makes a special guest appearance.