The the backwoods of Kentucky, a demented family begin the process of cleaning up their "bloodline." Their family is led by Billy Bob Hackford, who in his madness abducts unsuspecting young women. As a sadistic sport, the family forces the women to fight to the death. Billy Bob then rapes the victor in hopes of a making her pregnant and expanding the Hackford family. The Hackford's plan changes when they abduct Amber Strickland, a southern tomboy whose family ties run as deep as her abductors. She's not a victim or prey, but a huntress raised in the backwoods of Alabama. Her brothers, Bear and Brody track her down and a feud of country folks erupt into a massacre.
Writer:Stephen Durham (story), Stephen Durham (screenplay), Tricia Liebegott (screenplay)
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Kieran F (us) wrote: This film is a classic case of Her father is a great director so naturally she will be too but isn't. Her father,Dario Argento, has In my opinion created some of the greatest horror/suspense films of all-time and so naturally his daughter would get into acting and etc like him. Also naturally I was curious about the film because of her father. After seeing the film I was..Disappointed some what....but at the same time I figured it would be bad. It's not a GOD AWFUL film but it's def. not in the same calibur as her fathers stuff. there where some interesting camera angles here and there and I will admit she went for the fences with her stuff(just like er dad) but unlike her dad where he makes it all look so...innovative and unique hers is just blan. Like I said it's not HORRIBLE but if you were hopin' to see an almost...baby Argento you're sorely mistaken.
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Jo Y (mx) wrote: very good movie.Jayne Wyman is always good show.
Je A (nl) wrote: this film looks ACE!! so gotta do it! make up some versions of ya fave movies!
Hans M (it) wrote: This Agatha Christie adaptation is well directed with panache by veteran James Bond Movies Director Guy Hamilton.
Private U (ru) wrote: It's Gerry Anderson, so i loved it, splot a bit slow and far fetched, but special effects wise makes you realise that you dont always need CGI
Gareth K (nl) wrote: Shite of Echoes or Stir of Shite. Can't decide...
Alexander Z (fr) wrote: Loses steam by the end. I think in an effort to make this a psychologically absorbing film, the runtime was extended a little too far.