The boys, under the guidance of Belial, take their trip to New York City to enact revenge on the doctors that performed the operation years ago. Along the way, Duane meets and falls for Sharon (a receptionist at one of the doctors they are plotting to kill. Belial is not happy about Duane's new romance, which he discovers after Duane tries to see her without Belial's knowledge. The rest of the film gives a glimpse into how the boys came to be, and the steps they take to get revenge.
This is honestly one of the best, well produced and well acted low-budget B-horror movie I've seen. IMDB lists the budget of the film at about $35K, which to me is truly amazing at what they were able to create. First, a lot of these actors and actresses didn't go on to do anything else (at least as reported on IMDB), and yet they deliver in their roles. The story is actually really compelling, and this is one of those movies where you have to see how it ends. The effects are fun too - given the low budget, they still pull off some great work. Overall I would say this is a must see. I was excited to learn there are some sequels as well, which I plan to view as soon as I'm able.
This review was originally published on PlastikSickness on January 2, 2012.