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Bad film, based on true events..... Do not be seduced by any references to five cheerleaders seeking thrills during a weekend getaway. Simple acting followed by coarse thrills makes this film bad. The Director flashes forward and backward into time as well as into the psych minds of the actors. The movie truncates without closure. Do not seek thrills in this movie - you will not be rewarded.
This movie hooks us "B-Movie/Slasher/Soft Porn" types pretty good in the beginning. 5 (somewhat) hot (supposed) cheerleaders head out to the williwags very scantily clad for a weekend ..........
But they prove very quickly why none of them have ever been in a film before, and why the director's never directed before, and probably why the cameramen have never worked in the industry before....
And then there's the ending!! Pa Hillbilly just shows up out of nowhere, never even been in the film until now. It pains me to say it, but I'm not sure they could have saved this one even if they'd lost the bathing suits....
The plot seemed like it could work (if they had decent actors). But the acting was extremely bad. Almost felt like I was watching one of those late night movies where everyone is having sex with each other (but it doesn't happen). The story line sounded a lot like Texas Chain Saw Massacre. There's a fine line between 'B movie' and a '(extremely) Low budget movie'. And I believe that they should have kept the $20 it took to make the movie in their pocket and I deserve a free rental for wasting a perfectly nice Saturday afternoon on this crap of a movie. "Oh gosh, Amber, help me. He's gonna kill us." Trust me after the first 10 minutes you'd wish you were the killer and be done with Amber yourself.