2001 Maniacs
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2001 Maniacs
Hostel director Eli Roth's genre-friendly Raw Nerve film group makes its gore-soaked splash with director Tim Sullivan's kitchy remake of Hershell Gordon Lewis' southern-fried splatter-fest. A drunken group of hard partying college-kids are in for a Spring Break they'll never forget when they take a tragic detour through the small southern town of Pleasant Valley. Greeted by the overzealous mayor (Robert Englund) and promised a wild time at the town's annual barbecue celebration, the initially-hesitant teens soon agree to spend the night when the citizen's down-home… More

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"...riddled with precisely the sort of unconvincing and subpar acting that one generally associates with low-budget horror flicks."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"...on a level playing field, Sullivan's remake is a better film [than the original] in every regard...Not for grandma, but loads of crude fun otherwise."
‑ Andy Klein, Los Angeles CityBeat
"way better than the original"
‑ Stefan Birgir Stefansson, sbs.is
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