I knew nothing about this movie but I saw it in Blockbuster and on the cover someone is holding a grappling hook, and I thought, Hmmm, maybe this could be interesting. So I went in with low expectations and it didn't even meet those.
For starters, I think the "Wrong Turn" well has been dipped into once too often. It would appear every time anyone in America ventures into a wooded area they are going to be set-on by a pack of mutant, redneck cannibals. Well I guess this time they stirred the well-water some and made them Albino, mutant redneck cannibals.
There is a legend that deep in the Ozarks is an Albino Farm. That's it. Are they farmers? What do they do? Do they slop the cows and milk the pigs?
Two college-age couples decide to investigate. These four share a quarter each of the same brain. Close to their destination they begin to meet up with an odd assortment of country folk including a character who flicks lit cigarettes at them and a albino, mutant, redneck dwarf who scrapes up roadkill for lunch.
They get to a weirdly under-populated town(budget problems I would guess) and the couples split up and try to find directions to the farm. One couple approach a stretch limousine(?) and the driver and his front seat passenger are Siamese twins. The backseat passenger is the cigarette flicker with his long, red greasy hair, red-circled eyelids and teeth with insect parts on them. Ciggie says he knows the way to the farm and tells the couple to hop in and they do. (See what I mean about a quarter of a brain each)
The rest of the movie involves the shenanigans with the albinos but the movie by then is so dark it would appear Stevie Wonder was the cameraman and he forgot to take the cover off the lens. One survivor manages to escape and she ends up at a revival tent meeting. She thinks she's safe but the congregation are the townfolk and they turn out to be deformed, crazed, bible thumpers-even the siamese twins and bug teeth are there, led by an albino, Billy Graham type preacher.
Avoid this at all costs, it sounds like fun but even the sound was edited in a cement mixer. One minute a whisper, the next moment a breaking the sound barrier sonic boom. I had to hold onto my remote so I could adjust the sound as needed.