Warning to outsiders! When traveling through Resurrection County, mind the signs, one false move out there could be your last. When four suburbanite campers roll into the remote town of Enoch, they find that southern hospitality still exists. But things are not what they appear to be, as a weekend camping trip turns deadly. The locals are all too happy to serve up their own brand of an eye for an eye justice.
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I was pleasantly surprised and totally enthralled in this backwoods slasher/basher flick. I say basher because a lot of the violence has more to do with bashing peoples faces in that slashing them up.
Some of the acting was really really great and some was not bad.
If you were to take Red State combine it with Deliverance and toss in a little Timber falls you would get something like this but this had it's own flavor and stood on it's own.
The violence is fast' hard and in your face, no holds barred and no one is off limits,It is very bloody and the effects are good old fashioned makeup effects and not CGI,Very realistic too I must add.The camera work and film quality were amazing for a low budget film, again I was totally impressed.
Two couples go into redneck territory and have to kill in self defense and from there it's a fight for survival as the men try and save the women and vice verse.
Throw in the overly religious father whom is certain anything his family does in blessed and done in the name of God and you have a recipe for a great genre piece.
This story comes from the standard pool of two couples head out to the woods for some fun and relaxation. Well they get lost and end up in a "Deliverance" type town in need of directions to find their way back on course. After getting some wise info the gang finally find their camping area. They have the usual drama and the two guys head off on their ATV's while the girls share some small talk. Well the guy's do it again, thats right they get lost and head onto PRIVATE "POSTED NO TRESPASSING" property with local backwoods boys and you know what happens next. The story lacks any real originality and other than the twists mentioned earlier is your standard backwoods locals meets your dumb city folk in a fight to the death story.
The production values are good as was some of the acting. The direction wasn't to bad either and they had enough sense to limit the gore because of budgetary constraints. This could have been a decent movie if they would have either written a better story or chose a different story altogether and not followed this one?
There is the usual cursing including the F...word and partial nudity during the rape scenes, but no frontal nudity only from the side. It has its share of violence, but does leave some of it to the imagination of the viewer. Overall this wasn't to bad, but the sterotypical story just ruins a decent movie making production. 2.4 stars or 3.0 stars if you can forget the story.