Five sociopathic children terrorize a group of adults staying in a remote snow bound cabin. This is one of those edgy ‘70’s made for TV films, the ones they showed after 10 p.m. when all the sweet little kiddies were nestled safe in their beds while the parents watched tales of murder and mayhem. I recognized two of the little devils, a very young Leif Garrett plays David and Moe is played by Dawn Lyn (Dodie from My Three Sons). The film also stars a Sorrell Booke (Boss Hogg from Dukes of Hazzard) when he was much younger, slimmer and had a bit more hair.
Gotta give these kids props for being creative with their corpses.
The dead make a good stiff base for a snowman.
Just wait and see, one day I'm gonna be a huuuuuuuge star!
The film has some game even though it was mftv; there is even a gratuitous boob shot as well as a hefty portion of man ass. The kids play the, “We were in an accident and everyone else is dead” card to get invited into the cabin. They actually get away with three murders, blaming them on the semi-retarded guy living at the cabin before the other adults start to catch on. It lost half a star from me due to the overplaying of a ring-around-the-rosy type song that really grates on the nerves after awhile.