The Coast-to-Coast Killer is coming to town, just in time for high school graduation and the annual lock-in, which would seem to be the time to just lock everyone in their homes, but what do I know, I’m a guy who just watched hundreds of movies and attempts to make sense of them.
Sheriff Murray (Michael Vincent Berry) tells Officer Greg (YouTube and Twitch streamer Cr1tikal) that he knows the killer in coming to town, so maybe he agrees. Or maybe he just wants to say, “I told you so,” afterward.
Of course, the kids in class could care less about a killer coming their way. After all, they’ve been planning this night forever and aren’t they all going to live forever?
Things proceed as you imagine, but what you may not imagine is that this movie has a great special effects team and uses them to their fullest. There’s a ton of gore in this, including heads on poles, death by photocopier and so much more.
The first movie by directors and writers Jay Jenkins and Collin Kliewe, so you can forgive its two hour plus running timeand concentrate on the fact that they’ve turned around a half-way decent slasher in 2021, which feels like a majot accomplishment.