Night Of The Flesheaters (2008/Cinema Epoch DVD)
Picture: C- Sound:
D Extras: D Feature: C+
It was just another night in the woods when a mafia
husband was just planning on killing his wife for her affair with
archeologist/hitman and then it all went wrong.
Unfortunately for them they pick the worst night of the year to do it,
the Night of the Flesheaters (2008).
Dwarf cannibalistic Indians (Native
America type) appear and were hunger for their flesh, and that was just the
beginning. As the night goes on stranger demons, vengeful spirits and horror
arises seeking someone's to feast on. After a car accident they must
survive through the haunted wood, with an angry murderous husband right behind
Get ready for zombie cannibals, blood & dismemberment,
and a whole night of just weird. Based of fictitious legends of one night angry
spirits and demons walk the earth in vengeance for what white man did to the Indians.
As the characters try and escape the
woods, with little defense they can only rely on the archeologist knowledge of
Indian folklore to survive. As they are
chased by the woman's angry husband he is consumed by the evil forest and soon
becomes a demon himself... an night of never ending feast of flesh.
Even with all the cannibal, demons, and even an evil
shaman, I would say this film was as much a comedy as horror flick. What started out as just a nightly killing for
an illicit love affair, turns into survival horror story with evil creatures of
the night. I found this funny however, a
cast of immoral characters suddenly caring about the repercussion of their
actions. As they travel through the
woods surrounded by flesh eating creatures they can't stop and talk/argue about
morals (a bulldozer could sneak more quietly through the woods than them), and
for some reason archeologist stops and gives an explanation for each and every
phenomenon. The costumes were like
something I would see at a college level Halloween party. But if you like zombies and creatures of the
night this film is certainly entertaining for a good laugh.
- Ricky Chiang