young woman named Maria (Ann Henson) is
travwelling along a deserted road while
acting kinky with a guy on her cell phone
and then notices a black abandoned school
bus with some bloody letters spelling
help me in which she goes to explore it.
She finds dead body pieces everywhere
with a survivor named Sarah (Angelica
May) chained up wearing a sack over her
head and the killer seems to have arrived
with a body to drive the bus so Maria
hides until he stops at a destination and
pulls out a body from a bus which happnes
to be alive by the name of Frank (L.
Flint Esquerra) as he kills him and they
all spot some sort of a strange castle
and later on the two women discover that
Frank is a canniballistic killer and try
to get away from him along with other
cannibals that live there.
The story shows an impressive
beginning with the main character Maria driving in her vehicle while
talking dirty on her cell phone and
feeling herself along with shots on the
dirt road driving in the dark.
There is a nice moment when she stops and
spots a dark looking school bus as well
as trying to discover it which leaves a
nice horror impression.
We also have a nice jumping moment with
her being surprised bya character named Sarah in which she's a victim chained to a bus with a sack
over her head crying and whimpering along
with many gruesome shots on some body
pieces in the bus.
We have a good violent scene with a freak named Frank attacking supporting a murderous bus
driver with good shots on each of these people.
We have a good approach by Maria trying to talk to Frank while
he stares at the castle they're at in a
dazed way and it makes this moment look very
mysterious wondering on who he really is.
There's a nice moment with Frank walking towardsboth of these people Maria and Sarah trying to signal her to get away from him
and then we spot a great suspenseful
chasing moment with all of them. Watching this boggles you as to why this is happening all of a sudden.
Lots of good camera shots with Frank stabbing Maria in the leg adding some good terror into the story.
We spot a good shot on Maria and Sarah trying to find a way to
start up the bus and spot a nice terror
shot on a zombie like thing
eating a hand in the back of the bus and
then all of them slowly staring at one
There's a very strange scenes with a another demented character taunting both Maria and Frank while they are pinned painfully to a wall
which makes you cringe a bit.
Bottom line: Man oh man what a
bad movie and would've bombed it if the
direction and performances were just as
bad but they weren't at all so the movie
is a bit saved.
It really doesn't make any sense at all
on why this is all happening as we having
some canniballistic killers and two
innocent women trying to get away from a
Look like some of the writers borrowed a
bit from Hostel in a
certain scene of this film while two
people were pinned against a wall in pain
and someone scolding them.
I kinda wonder if Stephen Goetsch was
smoking some heavy stuff while making
this film in the first place.
The acting is
nicely performed unlike the story itself
as Ann Henson (Maria) seemed to do well
with her tough attitude and sane actions
through what is all happening. She also shows some great terrifying expressions when things happen to her which is impressive.
Angelica May (Sarah) shows nice fearful and
crying emotions when necessary and yet
pulls of her sanity mode pretty well too. She also does good yelling in pain or her struggling moments making the intensity pretty good.
L. Flint Esquerra (Frank) has the great
burly looks for a canniballistic killer
in the film along with his growly voice. He also shows great energy with his violent behavior too and was great with his blocking.
Lots of horror
Numerous body parts are lying in a school
A finger is chopped off
A leg is stabbed by a sharp wooden object
A canniballistic looking zombie is eating
A shoulder is stabbed
Some heads are stabbed and shot
Someone is eaten alive but it's fast
A woman is stabbed by a sharp pole like
We have the odd low sounds
and grinding effects too. We also hear
some great mellow piano playing all
composed by William Anderson.