A weekend get-away turns into a night of terror for a group of friends when a psychotic childhood friend seeks to avenge the death of his family killed 13 years earlier. Terror reigns as the friends try to make their escap... more »e only to find they may never get out alive...« less
"My first attempt at submitting a review for this film was rejected due to "inappropriate content". I will now submit a second review, this one without as much venom.
This is the greatest film of all time. Yimou, Kurosawa, Hawks, Ford, Bunuel have nothing on The Maestro who reached up straight into Heaven and pulled down this wonderful bundle of unicorn kisses.
Boldly adding misspelled words to the opening credits he defies you to understand his unattainable cinematic genius. No lighting, horrible sound and a $3 camera he's rebelling against the big budget studios. Using a cast on non-actors who all talk at the same time he is breaking loose of the shackles of coherency.
And in the greatest moment in the greatest movie ever made in the universe! Aliens couldn't make a film this good! He leaves in the word "Cut!" Ahhh. Pure ecstasy! I feel like I'm being smothered in kittens. Strawberry kisses and hugs for everyone! I love you."
Can you stand torture
somebody | 12/17/2002
(1 out of 5 stars)
"If you like pain and suffering, then I HIGHLY recommend watching this. There aren't enough words to describe to the agony. If a 3 month old baby made this film, then the explaination for the quality of this movie would be understandable. However, these were grown people. These people had a "movie budget," "plot," "script," "actors," and an "experienced crew." The overall result was a "worse than normal" student film. On the flip side....
If you need to relax your mind, have a good laugh, or just want to build mental endurance, then watch this movie."
THE WORST MOVIE EVER MADE , and i love low budget films!
K. Cannon | USA | 08/03/2002
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Too bad there isn't a "ZERO" rating on here. I'm surprised this heap of garbage ever got released. First of all i would just like to say that i love B-Movies and Low-Budget films if they are done well, or at least half way entertaining. I have seen thousands of movies in my life and this ranks as one of the absolute WORST EVER IN THE HISTORY OF MANKIND! The funny thing is that some moron who did the opening text about the murder couldn't even spell correctly, so that started me thinking "what kind of an IDIOT could let the opening text be so stupidly misspelled". Plus, it looks like it was shot on a VHS camera. The lighting is truly HORRIBLE throughout the film. Secondly, the acting is some of the most pathetic i have ever witnessed. Additionally, the plot???...a pre-schooler could have come up with a better one! I truly regret wasting my time watching this pathetic "effort". Whoever was involved in the making of this film should go back to flipping burgers. Don't just trust my words, go watch it and i'll bet you a fortune you'll agree that this movie is cow dung."
Possibly the worst movie ever made, in every respect.
K. Cannon | 10/02/2002
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Unfortunately, it is not possible to give a video zero stars, or this piece of utter garbage would qualify.
In every imaginable way, this video is deplorable. Compared to Ax 'Em, the worst movie you have ever seen is a veritable cinematic masterpiece. Simply put, scripting, acting, plot, direction and production are not merely lacking, but totally nonexistent. Take a yard-sale Bell & Howell 8mm home movie camera and tell yo homeys to improvise a "horror" movie while the least knowledgeable participants operate the equipment, and you have Ax 'Em.
The moment the movie starts, with a prologue written by someone with no grasp of correct spelling, much less grammar and syntax (York: it's properly "to avenge", not "to revenge"), you know you've wasted your rental fee. Then the opening scene: a painfully blurry (we're talking 5th generation copy here, folks) group scene where the distorted music and background noise completely (perhaps thankfully) obliterates the dialogue. Yes, you just KNOW it isn't going to get any better.
Throughout the movie, you wonder how on earth this pathetic example of amateur filmmaking escaped the kitchen trash can and actually found a distributor! The sound quality is so poor that no trace of speech can be discerned; merely faint mumblings interspersed with laughter. Special effects are high-school level, as is the "acting".
It is impossible to imagine that those involved did not intentionally set out to make the absolutely worst, most talentless, poorest quality video ever. Can ANYTHING this lousy be unintentional?"
K. Cannon | 07/05/2002
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Wish I'd read the previous reviewer before I wasted money renting this dog. I'm in 200% agreement that this has to be the worst film ever made. I've watched thousands of films in my lifetime; rented hundreds; and never before have I yanked a rental out of the player before the opening credits were complete. And I've seen some real stinkers!If I had to guess, I'd say the plot was loosely outlined by teenagers, ad lib'ed by their best buds and shot using a single video tape recorder, using the built-in microphone on the camera. Then the whole thing was burned to a DVD to play from start to end when inserted like one would burn a CD. No DVD features at all.The printed statements used to introduce the plot are so grammatically incorrect as to be incomprehensible. I actually laughed out loud when I saw that the killer was going to "revenge his family". Please!!If I could give negative stars on this one, it would be minus 5."