Actor-turned-director David Arquette co-scripted and directed this political horror feature concerning a group of friends who are stalked by a psychotic killer with a Ronald Reagan fixation during an outdoor music festival. Lukas Haas, Thomas Jane, Jason Mewes, Paul Reubens, Balthazar Getty, and Jaime King star in a film that was co-written by Darkness Falls screenwriter Joe Harris. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I can't lie- I really liked this movie. First the cast was great! Jason Mewes, Balthazar Getty and Lucas Haas- what fun already! Secondly, it had David Arquette's quirkiness with jsut enough blood, gore, and nudity to be a fun slasher flick. I think the people rating didn't "get" that it was supposed to be "campy." But with the added political satire involved- honestly...this movie was a lot of fun. If you're looking for gore (like Saw) don't rent this. If you're looking for a fun horror movie- this is your flick.
I've seen every movie, and here is a fine example of a political horror movie that has everything a guy could want. Lots of nudity, drugs usage (abit over the top) and framiliar faces. I loved the slight cheesyness of the whole thing, because it makes fun of the whole genra of horror films. Jay (from Jay and silent bob) is great and make tons of laughs. I recommed as a must see for avid movie goers.
Great movie. It's a throwback people and the fact that it is low budget just gives it an authentic original Holloween, Friday The Thirteenth, feel. Hot chicks. Drugs. Outrageous characters. Obviously Fake Blood. Old School Fx. Throwback Vehicles. Acid trips. Offbeat comedy and Ronald Reagan as an Axe Murdering Psycho Serial Killer. What more can you ask for? Awesome movie. I Loved it. I would recommend it to everyone. Especially Bush loving out of touch with reality Republicans? Sorry. It's all in good fun. No need for Illegal wiretapping, kidnapping, transport to another country, Illegal imprisonment or waterboarding....