|"Can I buy you a Slim Jim?"|
Once at the cabin, Jennifer sees that Sam is dead and splits into the woods with our two killers in pursuit. She fights off Tommy and proceeds to beat Farmer with a big stick; an act I am truly envious of. Dwayne finally catches her in the world’s worst cinematic sneak up. Seriously, watch this clip and tell me how he snuck up on her.
stops a passing motorist. No joke, the next scene has Dwayne at a country and western bar where his buddy Bulldog says some redhead was asking about him while she was at the hardware store buying a shotgun and chainsaw. She said to meet her in the woods tomorrow at noon. Really! Anyway, Dwayne shows up and Jennifer slices his head in half with a chainsaw (the only worthwhile FX). We then cut to Tommy in his house playing with his corpses. Jennifer shows up with a shotgun, calls Tommy out and then shoots him in the balls (they never actually show it). The end. Really!
Sorry if that summary is all over the place, but that is exactly how this movie monstrocity unfolds. Watching this gave a new meaning of cinemasochism and this epic launched right into my top 5 of the worst films I’ve ever seen. Hell, this might be top 3! How director-writer-star Donald Farmer convinced anyone, let alone the star of the first film, to appear in this is beyond me. It was shot in the late 80s but didn’t hit video until 1993. Original GRAVE director (and Keaton’s ex-husband) Meir Zarchi apparently sued Farmer over it and this resulted in changing Jennifer’s name. How did they do this? By blanking the audio any time someone says her last name! Of course, this is a "film" that opens with a title card that reads SAVAGE VENGANCE. Yup, you know you are in for a good time when the capable filmmakers misspell their title. Don't believe me? Check it out: