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Big city brothers Josh and Mike Cameron (Wings Hauser, Lee Montgomery) head to the country for some small town relaxation. After losing their car in a driving mishap, a passing motorist offers them a ride, and they arrive in the tiny village of Goodland as night begins to fall. While investigating the town, Mike stumbles across a horribly disfigured body in a deserted alley, but when concerned Sheriff Will Stewart (Bo Hopkins) is summoned to the scene, the corpse has been replaced by a harmless sleeping wino. The brothers find themselves pushed deeper into the nightmare when Mike ends up missing and Josh is accused of murdering a young girl. But the terror really begins as one-by-one the inhabitants of Goodland mutate into living dead creatures of darkness!
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Brings back memories. This time I won't have nightmares about it since I am an adult now haha.
So when does the Blu-Ray come out exactly?
Misleading title aside, this is enough of a horror flick to suit my needs in that area. I liked the idea of faux-zombies, desperate for human blood, leaving a few scattered bodies in their wake of destruction. The problem for them is so few of the remaining townsfolk are uninfected. And with so many 'hands' to feed.................
Yes, it's a little creaky in the area of logic (or just plain common sense). But it provides action enough to suit most. True, I would have enjoyed any amount of gore but none was offered, more's the pity. It does feature an incredible score by Richard Band.
This move has cover art that is for a entirely different movie - a 1982 Roger Corman film called "Forbidden World" aka Mutant. This is NOT that film. LOL But it is the SAME title. This film is about two brothers who get into a fight with a bunch of rednecks and their car gets stranded in this small town. During their stay, one of the brothers goes missing, so the other sets out looking for him While searching for his brother him and a local sheriff must defend themselves against killer zombie mutants that were mutated by toxic waste.
Why Miracle Pictures wants to confuse the public is beyond me. If you Google "Mutant 1984" you will see an entirely different poster for this movie. LOL The film overall is low budget. It suffers from bad lighting, so be prepared for that. I wanted this in my horror collection because it has that campy 80s style horror that collectors like myself enjoy. The price is reasonable, and you could do a lot worse. Special effects are cheap but effective for a bit of a scare. I have seen worse. Acting is not terrible and there is good suspense.
If you are really into horror, this film is for you, if you are casually into horror, pass it up!
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