2014 Unearthed Films
Director: Stephen Biro
A small group of guys (I'm not so sure they're the best of friends) kidnap a couple, a mother and daughter pairing. After a totally unconvincing struggle the pair (and their wicked ride) are taken to an undisclosed location, somewhere in Florida (where else?), where they are chained down and told they are to be a sacrifice, an offering (here's hoping for more than merely coupons for a free three piece family meal sans drinks at KFC). It's there that the pair are slowly mutilated past recognition by a rotund fellow in a goat skull mask whilst a small gathering of like-minded individuals capture everything on film. Geez – that took more ink than expected! It takes about twenty minutes for the film to gather momentum and the small grouping to get their crap together enough to start filming. One is a tad overbearing (annoyingly so in fact) and calls the shots while the goat headed one (with a cute lil o' paunch) obeys willingly in between knocking back what I can assume are Flintstones Vitamins. I shan't ruin a decent chop ‘em, slice ‘em and dice ‘em with a play by play but suffice it to say if these ladies ever cheated on their tax forms they got what was coming to them in aces. Perhaps this is a PSA production in action minus the cute cuddly dinosaur with only the editing and cleanup left to perform.
Kids don't ever cheat on your taxes else we will take our pound of flesh!