i can see why wes craven went on to have a good horror career after making this film for it does manufacture some truly scary moments. the plotline is intriguing in its simplicity and horror. as with any indie production there were some major acting problems and the soundtrack was so misplaced at times that it was nearly laughable. i really don’t know what he was thinking with some of these honky tonk banjo tunes. that stuff aside it was a good horror flick that delivered some real scares and did so without the use of excessive gore or cats around corners.