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NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH THE TRILOGY OF FILMS RELEASED IN THE 2000'S (WHICH WERE ALSO ABOUT KILLER SCARECROWS BUT NOT NEARLY AS ENTERTAINING), HERE IS THE SHOT-ON-VIDEO KILLER SCRECROW SLASHER FLICK FROM 1992 DIRECTED BY JAMES I. NICHOLSON. THIS WAS RELEASED BY THE OBSCURE ARTISTIC LICENSE COMPANY (AND LATER RELEASED BY THE SAME COMPANY AS A DOUBLE FEATURE WITH THE EQUALLY OBSCURE "DEATH BY LOVE"). A BROKEN DOWN VAN STRANDS A GROUP OF COLLEGE STUDENTS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DESERT. FORCED TO HIKE THEIR WAY OUT, THEY UNWITTINGLY ENTER A SACRED INDIAN BURIAL GROUND. A PLACE THEY SHOULD HAVE LEFT ALONE AS A BLOOD-THIRSTY SCARECROW HUNTS THEM DOWN ONE BY ONE. THIS ONE HAS ALL THE HALLMARKS WE'VE COME TO LOVE IN A SHOT-ON-VIDEO TRASHTERPIECE. WOODEN ACTING, AMATEURISH GORE EFFECTS, AMPLE NUDITY, AND CASIO SOUNDTRACK. AND C'MON...WHO DOESN'T LOVE A GOOD KILLER SCARECROW FLICK. A MUST HAVE FOR ALL SHOT-ON-VIDEO AND SLASHER MOVIE COMPLETISTS.
ships in a plain sleeve with no artwork.