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Relentlessly morbid is the best way to describe this gruesome tale of retribution for beyond the grave. Deemed too intense for civilized audiences, this film has either been censored or outright banned in 99% of the world. Impending doom is in store for a group of college students digging in a cursed Indian burial ground, where an evil spirit lies in wait to possess the living and cut a bloody swath of vengeance across the land! In the harrowing tradition of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, this widely suppressed, gruesome tale features gritty, outrageous gore effects and is now presented in all its graphic splendor.
Not sure where this reviews are coming from. This is not a good 80s slasher movie. I've seen some bad ones before and I'm not saying it's the worst, but it's pretty bad. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Philip
Highly entertaining, despite its low budged but it has a creepy feeling. The Indian chants put the hook in me really and the gory scenes good for a low budget.
I recommend it!
Movie was a typical 80s horror/slasher film. Very low budget picture quality. This was even worse when viewed on a second rate dvdr (fake) copy sold to me by (deep_discount_dvd). Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by MITCHEL G.
I loved this movie when I first saw it on video-tape back in the 1980's. The DVD version looks great and it seems to have been produced using different sources, the quality is... Read morePublished on April 15, 2013 by Anthony Washburn
but to start the quality of the DVD stinks. First of all it is not a studio made DVD. it is burned in DVD -R format. Looks like it was transferred from VHS. Read morePublished on December 18, 2011 by K. Harper
This movie quite easily had the budget of the sweet kung fu short i shot in high school for my video and photo class. Read morePublished on March 20, 2009 by itmustsucktobeyou
Pretty slow moving but the special fx and weird atmosphere make up for it, like the random indian facees that apear on the screen. pretty sweet daeth scenes too.Published on January 4, 2009 by J man
Oooooof! Where do I start? If you are a lover of the film SCALPS then you will be happy to know that this DVD is shown in wide screen format
and uncut(unlike the VHS copy I... Read more