The film opens with the title, "The Texas Roadside Massacre." Five young adults travel to find April (Nicole Margulis) the missing sister of Karen (Marina Resa). They stop in the town of Blueridge, Texas where the ribs taste different and the waitress looks her lobotomized sister. When their vehicle becomes disabled, the group of five are forced to stay in town.
There is no guesswork involved that these folks are cannibals with a Toj Johnson looking cook (Jason James). The chase scenes were poorly done with people appearing at random when they were clearly left behind and in another case where the girl gets away after stumbling and falling going out the door. The way Karen holds and swings an ax she would more likely hurt herself before anyone else. Poorly directed film. Characters were shallow.
Parental Guide: F-bombs, sex. No nudity. Not as good as any in the "Wrong Turn" series.
Action / Horror
Action / Horror
Five college friends take a detour while traveling to their spring break destination. They end up in the remote mountain town of Blueridge, where Karen (Marina Resa) believes her older sister went missing 2 years before. After a few odd encounters with the locals, Karen and her friends decide to continue their journey until an unexpected auto malfunction leaves them stranded. The group takes refuge in a local motel and soon learns that in Blueridge, "missing persons" is just a way of life. One-by-one they begin disappearing until the grizzly discovery is made that the local BBQ Rib Restaurant might be serving up more than anyone had bargained.
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