There's Nothing Out There
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There's Nothing Out There
This ultra-low-budget horror comedy, released directly to home video, distinguishes itself from its less amusing slasher kin by positioning tongue firmly in cheek and toying with the established conventions of the horror genre -- a device which would later be employed by Wes Craven in the 1996 blockbuster Scream, albeit with Hollywood financial muscle and big-name stars. The premise involves the usual group of obnoxious teens, who spend a weekend at an isolated mountain cabin despite local legends that a hideous monster is lurking in the surrounding woods. As the inevitable bloodbath begins,… More

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"A hilarious D grade horror comedy, and one that has a particular wit to it that compliments the schlocky horror and cheap scares..."
‑ Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed
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