NC-17 | | Horror
Five friends travel to a cabin in the woods, where they unknowingly release flesh-possessing demons.
The film premiered at the Redford Theatre in Detroit because Bruce Campbell watched films there as a child.
Hey, Ash, where are we?
Ash: Well we just crossed the Tennessee border...
18:20 into the film. As the fog begins to rise from the ground, you can see the shadow of something being waved back and forth to cause the fog to blow across the shot.
The swing music from the old Victrola in the cabin's cellar plays during the closing credits, only to wind down and grind to a stop leaving the sound of the wind to accompany the rest of the credits. The final sound heard as the closing credits end is the fly buzzing - the first sound heard in the opening of the film.
The Anchor Bay releases are complete and uncut.
€110,764 (Spain) (18 May 2003)
$2,400,000 (USA) (31 December 1983)
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