Directed by Charles Kaufman
Three young women are tormented by an insane matriarch and her depraved sons in this cult-horror favorite by Charles Kaufman, brother of Troma Entertainment's Lloyd Kaufman who also distributed the film. When three beautiful young women set out for a relaxing weekend retreat in the woods, they unwittingly stumble upon a sadistic band of backwoods yokels. Taken prisoner by the effed-up family, the women are forced to fight back using anything they can get their hands on to overpower the sons and hopefully survive the holiday from hell. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
Three young women are tormented by an insane matriarch and her depraved sons.
Cast: Nancy Hendrickson, Deborah Luce, Triana Pierce
Entertaining one of the better Troma films. I hope they add Graduation Day.
great movie lots of laughs and gore ha ha
Not sure why but I loved that movie. From start to finish I was hooked.
Beatrice Pons as Mother is who really makes this movie more tolerable than it should be. The actors playing her sons aren't bad, and the three other leading ladies aren't bad either. They just pale in comparison to the great, bravura performance by Beatrice Pons. Even though we did get to know the three women characters beforehand for a little bit, their pranks on each other could have been better and they still could have been more fleshed out. Still, not a bad overall effort; just lacking in some areas. Taste being one of them, at times. Love the opening though.