The nefarious plot starts with 1913 court statements as Thomas and Meeks Griffin, two wealthy black farmers held responsible for a crime they didn't commit and were sent for execution.
Now, After 100 odd years they are back to brutally kill white people and who were descendants to their captured property.
The acting apart from Terry Milam was really dull, and the clunky dialogues get very sloppy as the screenplay rolls out.
The flick, unfortunately, lacks in producing the subtly or shading motive which represent racism and also, it forgets for 80 minutes that it was supposed to be a horror film.
Sure there is some gore in there, but awful acting and effects with their minuscule budget, the revenge meter got over-heated to cut any corners.
There are many terrible moments in this lousy movie where it totally does not make any sense at all.
This movie had so much potential, but they just ruined it themselves.
Based on a true story, in South Carolina, 1913, brothers Thomas & Meeks Griffin were forced to sell their land after being framed by town leaders for a murder they didn't commit. One hundred years later, the brothers return from the grave to avenge their deaths and stop the town descendants from profiting off the land that was rightfully theirs.
Uploaded By: FREEMAN
June 07, 2021 at 06:52 PM