“If you’re a fan of stories about coal-mining monsters eating people, then this is the one for you!” -- Horror DNA
Three escaped convicts. Two innocent youths. One slightly lustful sheriff. And a cave-dwelling cannibal mutant who occasionally dresses in pink satin. Obviously, you should really just stop reading and book this Christmas-set horror film, but to give you a little more context: Shortly after his success with HELLRAISER, producer Christopher Webster founded a full-scale film studio in snowy rural Wisconsin that would pump out some of the most fascinating and underseen straight-to-video US horror films of the era. Their masterpiece was this subterranean eat-em-up with flourishes of true anti-human brilliance (plus a performance from B-movie overlord Cameron Mitchell). Ignore and be punished!