Director Omar Ali Khan teams with Mondo Macabro to create Pakistan's first splatter flick, a demented tale of terror pitting a group of stranded teens against a horde of hungry zombies, a shrieking hitchhiker, and a burqa-clad killer armed with a gore-drenched mace. They were on the road to adventure when their van ran out of gas. Now, as a desperate group of teens attempt to navigate their way out of a darkened forest, the earth cracks open to reveal an army of cannibalistic corpses. As if brain-eating zombies weren't enough to contend with, there's also a banshee-like hitchhiker stalking the teens at every turn. But this nightmare has only begun, because when a menacing figure in a bloody burqa appears wielding a medieval weapon, any hope for survival seems as far off as the morning sun. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Billed as Pakistan's first gore movie, and most likely horror movie as well. Is it going to win any awards? probably not, but then again neither are the craptastic "Horror" movies coming out in the states. The "plot" goes something like this, a group of Pakistani youths are headed out on a road trip to see a rock(?) concert some 5 hours away. During the trip the usual goes wrong, they get on the wrong road, they get lost, zombies come out of no where...you get the picture. Well that is until some maniac in a burqha starts slaughtering them with his mace, yeah i said it, his mace, wait, was he a she? This movie is confusing at best, but very watchable. A very reccomendable B horror movie from Pakistan.
Movie is set in Pakistan, you'll find out why Pakistan doesn't come to mind with making movies if you see this DVD. The zombies in the movie look like the living dead from the original living dead movie. These are not your A list actors, but the witch and her son are a head trip! This movie makes you think about what the heck am I watching this for, it some of the charactors are so abnormal which makes this very strange to watch.
This movie wasn't bad for being an Indian movie. God knows how they can even make a movie like that over there. The effects were alright, plenty of gore, & both languages (english & indian) were spoken during the movie, so you kinda got a lesson for free as well right there. Overall it wasn't a bad flick.