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« on: December 29, 2012, 10:04:22 AM »

What do you get when you cross a Cannibal Mutant Hillbilly epic with a giant Creature Feature, made by a company that bills itself as "No CGI Productions"?

You get one of the most fun and enjoyable B-movies I have seen in a long time!  It's WRONG TURN with a touch of TREMORS thrown in for good measure, with some of the most gruesome and bloody kills I've seen in awhile.

There are basically three transecting storylines:

The Haskin family - father Byron and his new wife Joany, and his 18 year old daughter Clarissa - are taking off
into the mountains on Dec. 31, 1999 to camp out and avoid all of the Y2K nonsense for a few days.  Father and
daughter are very close, but the new stepmom is a nice addition to the family and they are all looking forward to
some time camping under the stars and getting to know one another better.

The Crawford clan - a group of inbred hillbilly cannibals who live in the upper slopes of the same mountain range - are upset because Pearlene (who is almost but not quite hot in a really disgusting, bad teeth sort of way) has just given birth to yet another grossly deformed baby courtesy of her brother/cousin Billa.  Grandma Crawford tells the family that they must get some new blood into the gene pool.

Last of all, scientist Roger Patterson has been researching and tracking for years to find the source of a unique cryptozoological legend: a huge insectoid life form that emerges from the ground every thousand years long enough to feed and lay its eggs before it dies.

So the Crawfords kidnap the Haskins, the giant bug wakes up with a killer appetite, and the scientist discovers his quarry is quite a bit more than he bargained for.  Mayhem and carnage ensue.  And, as promised, no CGI anywhere.
If ya love great big rubber monsters and hillbillies with bad teeth and a taste for human flesh, this movie is DEFINITELY a must-see!
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