Three women are travelling to a music festival but crash their car. They awake in the isolated mansion of an elderly matriarch and her daughter.
I love this film and not just because I found it in Poundland of all places.
This is a chiller that keeps you guessing until the shocking and completely nutty climax. Look at how great the film is framed and notice the tight editing. This film packs in so much but without any unnecessary filler. Also experience one of the sleaziest soundtracks I’ve ever heard. It’s like the director knew he was making a shocker that was destined to be a video nasty.
And that just what happened. The film was classified by the BBFC as an 18 but was then placed on the DPP list and banned anyway. This has meant that it has earned it’s place in horror history rather than being a very good movie that faded into obscurity. Thats one good aspect of the Video Nasties list.
The violence is graphic, the tone unique to this film alone. I hope this gets the Blu ray treatment it richly deserves.
The ending is shocking in a Sleepaway Camp kind of way. Un-PC in these over sensitive times but thats just what makes me love the film even more.
4 out of 5 stars