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Four beautiful but mysterious girls embark on a road trip for a relaxing weekend getaway in the woods. Unbeknownst to them, two clans of deranged male misfits follow them to their secluded and picturesque lakeside cabin in the mountains. The girls appear to be easy prey for the predatory perverts until the fateful stroke of midnight when all hell, literally , breaks loose and the tables are turned. Original score and on-screen cameo appearance by Grammy-nominated Alien Jourgensen, founder of the band Ministry.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Carlee Baker, Michael Esparza, Eryn Joslyn, Eve Mauro
  • Directors: Zach Passero
  • Format: Blu-ray, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Shriek Show
  • DVD Release Date: January 5, 2010
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002SZUTVU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #567,737 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

The acting is bad.
minalover
While there was a bunch of nudity, it wasn't "full frontal" as the cameras were careful to avoid that area, almost to the comical point as an Austin Powers film.
THE MOVIE GUY
If anything, watch it for how bad a movie can really get, without being entertaining what so ever.
K. Morris

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By trashcanman VINE VOICE on March 10, 2009
Format: DVD
For the first 40 minutes or so "Wicked Lake" is among the most unwatchable horror films I've ever sat through. Awful, awful film. So why would one such as I not turn it off when I knew it sucked? Two reasons: T&A. It's superficial and moronic, but it's effective and it's the only real reason to watch this movie. Actually, I'm not that shallow; there was one more reason I kept watching: to see the most embarrassing gallery of male characters in the history of cinema get massacred horribly, and they do, God bless it, they do. And in epic fashion. So "Wicked Lake" is not the worst film ever. But it's still pretty much garbage.

First, the good. This won't take long. The four female stars are among the hottest women ever to spend most of a movie getting naked and making out with each other. Plus they are all natural which I heartily applaud. Next, the soundtrack is awesome. Of course it's awesome, Al "Alien" Jourgensen (who also has a cameo and gives and an inane introduction at the start of the film) of the legendary industrial metal band Ministry did it. It primarily consists of heavy industrialized covers of classic hits of artists like T. Rex and Louis Armstrong. I may buy it. The supernatural girl-power rampage of the last half of the film has it's moments and is bloody and brutal as can be so yay on that. Tying a dude to a bed and eating him alive? Sweet. Severing a wheelchair-bound old pervert's limbs and laughing at him? Also sweet. And now I want to try drinking an idiot's brain with a straw. That's not healthy, is it? So some quality violence in this one to add to the quality nudity.

Now the bad.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Michael R Gates VINE VOICE on November 15, 2008
Format: DVD
As a longtime aficionado of horror cinema, I've spent countless hours trudging through some pretty awful horror movies in my personal quest to find films that are truly tasty. Sadly, WICKED LAKE is not something I'd recommend to the horror gourmet. True, it is not the worst horror film I've ever experienced, but it comes close enough that it took me several minutes to dredge up from memory the few titles that actually made me gag more. Oddly enough, the film has many of the ingredients needed to cook up a pretty entertaining contemporary horror flick--a few decent actors, lots of grue and gore, a bizarre and eclectic musical score, and copious T&A shots. Unfortunately, what is ultimately served up under the moniker WICKED LAKE is only half-baked...and almost totally unpalatable.

With so many yummy horror-film ingredients, why did these filmmakers cook up such an unappetizing dish? Well, the primary reason that WICKED LAKE falls flat is the script by Adam Rockoff and Chris Sivertson. Just stirring in a lot of nudity and bloody violence isn't enough to generate a delicious horror story, especially if your characters--the primary ingredients of good storytelling--are flavorless, one-dimensional, and wholly unbelievable. But alas, the characters created by Rockoff and Sivertson are simply a mixture of social stereotypes--cardboard-cutout femme fatales and cliche rednecks make up the bulk--and there is little (if anything) in the story that plausibly motivates any of them. Indeed, the only things kneading the plot forward are lots of scenes with nudity and simulated girl-on-girl sex, which leads me to conclude that Rockoff and Siverston lifted most of the recipe for this script right out of some old direct-to-video porn films.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Richard Schultz on October 9, 2008
Format: DVD
The movie is about a group of 4 college girls who head to a lake for the weekend to relax. As they get there to start relaxing, they end up finding out they have been followed by a family of hicks. That apparently knew they were heading out there by a chance meeting as one of the girls works as a nude model in the shy kids art class. Who start to torture and mess with the girls until it turns midnight and they turn the tide and starting killing the hicks one by one. Okay...the story has potential, but ends up being poorly done...
the cast of actors is well done for the 4 girls. But the hicks they get to come after them is just so bad...you have a retarted kid, a kid who is so shy or messed up he seems retarted, the leader, and a 60-70 old man who is a war veteran. With the girls we have a sense that they're more than meets the eye. But still no real backround story and we don't even find out if they're vampires or werewolfs at the end. And they try to add a couple of cops that are tracking them down to give us a sense that it has happened before, just doesn't work. You get some good scenes and it's not a terrible movie, it's just they're so many scenes that hard pretty hard to watch..not in the sense of gore or graphicness just how they're done it makes the movie uncomfortable at times. It's just hard to say that the movie is as good as it could have been with the story it had to work with.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By lecudedag on December 30, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I got the version with the soundtrack CD. The CD is in a little paper sleeve with no track listing information at all. And the music's not that great, having been composed by some guy called Al Jourgensen.

The best thing about this film are the women; Mary (Carlee Baker), Helen (Eryn Joslyn), Jill (Eve Mauro) and Ilene (Robin Sydney). They all have beautiful bodies and show much of it. They go off on holidays to the lake, stopping only in a town of apparently only fourty inbreds.

The worst is the rest of the film. Caleb (Marc Senter) follows a girl back from art studio where he's a student. She lets him feel her breast. Caleb is a total social retard, a bit like Doofy Gilmore in Scary Movie. Only in Scary Movie he was intentionally funny. In this film the character's totally annoying.

Caleb has another retarded brother, a scheming brother and a wheel-chair bound uncle.

They all proceed to follow the girls up to the lake in order to rape them. Somehow the girls, under a full moon get supernatural powers and turn the tables on them, and also the inbreds from the town who also must have thought it a good idea to follow the girls up to the lake to rape them.

There's atrocious acting. Terrible sex scenes. Worse killing scenes.
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