A Crack in the Floor (2001)

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For the past 33 years Jeremiah Hill has lived alone, with no contact with the outside world, and he intends to keep it that way. Jeremiah's mother had always warned him not to associate ... See full summary »

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1 May 2001 | billybrown41
It was fun.
This is a very standard horror flick, filled with laughable acting and horrible writing. I rented it knowing what to expect and I got exactly what I wanted. The story is very thin and the dialogue is kinda whacked but I really enjoyed it.

The story goes something like this:

33 years ago, a widow and her young son are living in a small cabin somewhere in B.F.E. Well, a couple of hillbillies show up, rape and kill the mother, and beat the tar out of the kid. Thinking they're both dead, the two hicks go on about their business. Somehow, or another the kid doesn't die. He has lived in the basement of the cabin, picking off anyone who stumbles across his nest.

A group of twenty-something college kids (one of them being Mario Lopez from "Saved by the Bell") decide to take a little camping trip.

You can pretty much guess what happens from then on.

I really dig this stuff. I really enjoy campy dialog, and bad film-making, for some reason. This one has all the goods, though. A highlight being Gary Busey. He shows up for a deranged cameo and disappears, but his lines are hilarious.

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