Directed by Chad Crawford Kinkle
A pregnant teen discovers her neighbors plan to sacrifice her to an evil entity who lives in a pit on the edge of her backwoods community. Even though Ada knows that a sacrifice is required to keep the pit happy, Ada decides to escape. But the pit wants what it wants and when it doesn't get it, there's usually hell to pay. Director Chad Crawford Kinkle's debut is a chilling take on hillbilly horror, featuring indie horror legend Larry Fessenden and BLADE RUNNER's Sean Young in supporting roles and special effects by legendary gorehound Robert Kurtzman. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
A pregnant teen discovers her neighbors plan to sacrifice her to an evil entity.
Cast: Sean Bridgers, Lauren Ashley Carter, Larry Fessenden, Sean Young
very weird cult movie, slow burn for sure.
Damn fine film. Though certainly not without gore, the real terror lies in the exploration of the darker corners of community, faith, and family.
Starts with a bang and gets a little long in the middle.
This movie is not scary. White people are scary and apparently, The Black Keys plays the soundtrack to incest
Solid folk horror. The low budget can be seen in a negative way in parts, but overall a very good movie.