Horror • R • 2003 • 1 hr 37 min
apparently i own the green bear sweatshirt from this movie. found it at goodwill. anyway, movie was alright, you get what you came for.
Fun debut from Eli Roth featuring Shawn from Boy Meets World
An absolutely awesome thriller. Keeps you in the edge of your seat. Acting is kind of goofy in scenes, but it works and plays into the mood.
Definitely a product of it's time, but also a pretty played-straight parody of the typical teen cabin trip horrorfest trope. Grade-A Roth.
Some fun to be had, but nothing else. Tried to be hard to be funny, but misses the mark too many times.
Such a cozy, good-time cabin horror with just the right amount of comedy sprinkled in. Some truly graphic body horror scenes in this as well
Not really scary, but it was a decent concept that worked well. Typical Eli Roth “horror,” but overall a good watch
Interesting premise for a gore heavy film. It deserves its place as a cult film, if you disagree watch the shaving scene again.
Breath of fresh air in the horror genre, even though it still falls prey to tropes of the genre. Stupid but fun and gory
They rely heavily on trying to use grotesque images as a means to scare you… it doesn’t work.
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