When you think of John McBride, you really never think of a brilliant movie. You think of a fun, cheap shot on video movie experience. This movie for me is still and will always be his best effort.
For a shot on VHS movie you'd think everything would suck, from the gore to the acting and surely the directing. This movie seemed to have a lot going for it. The acting wasn't great, but it was pretty good. The killer were nicely contrived and acted, the blood and gore was phenominal for such a low budget production.
It's a fun, fun movie. Loved it.