The Final Terror

Synopsis: This terrifying movie takes place out in the backwoods where a group of rangers go camping. But when one of the group snaps, and leaves one by one some of the group disappears. It is left up to the rest of the group to defend themselves against this evil. With the killer disguised as the forest surroundings, one of their group held hostage, and a terrifying attack on their tour bus leaving it incapable of travel and one of them with a major injury they have to turn the tables on the killer.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Andrew Davis
Production: Troma
 
IMDB:
5.1
Rotten Tomatoes:
29%
R
Year:
1983
82 min
87 Views


Jimmy, look out!

You all right?

Yeah. I think I got a few scratches.

How about you?

I'm caught.

- Over there. See if you can lift it.

- Okay.

Damn!

Here, let me help you up.

Sh*t!

Put your arm around me.

Over there.

I'll find help.

Hello? Hello?

Sh*t.

Jimmy?

Jim!

Jimmy?

Jimmy!

Jim?

Filth! Don't you know better?

Filth!

Wake up pigs!

Eggar, what the hell you doing in here?

Morning Eggar, up to your old tricks?

- Hey Zorich!

- Get the hell out of here!

- Wake up!

- You goddamn geek.

- Who you calling geek, boy?

- You wanna mess with me?

You want to dance?

Hey, cupcake.

You better find someone

to take care of you.

I don't need anybody to take care of me.

Go on, get out of here!

You heard him Eggar.

10 number 10 cans is missing

from my store room.

You got to sign. I'm not

coming up short in my pantry.

Now, you make sure those boys

behave themselves, you hear?

There.

Mike, this is crazy. Why in the

hell are you bringing us along?

Man, this whole thing is bullshit.

It's just for my man to get

off with his lady, huh?

See the kind of gratitude I get? I go

out of my way, I go out on a limb,

to set it up so these guys

can have a little holiday.

- Well, how many girls are coming along?

- 3, plus my girlfriend.

Yeah, but what do they look like?

Listen. These are very classy ladies.

I want you guys to try to be gentlemen.

Be polite and try to be cool.

- Well, you know us.

- That's exactly what I mean.

Why's Eggar coming?

Coming along so he can pick us up

on Friday when we get off the river.

You better keep him away from

us before he gets his ass kicked.

He's already starting on Cerone.

Okay. I'm going to talk to him.

Why don't you guys come

along and help him load the bus.

Oh, and Dennis? Wear some underwear.

A forestry worker and a female companion

are missing in the North

Mill Creek vicinity.

- Authorities are continuing the search.

- Eggar!

The weather will continue

fair through tomorrow...

- Eggar!

- Over here.

Hey, what's going on man?

I just got orders, a change in plans.

You're going to go to Mill

Creek instead of Wolf Creek.

That's 30 miles further than

where we're supposed to go.

Mill Creek's real dangerous. You don't

want to take these kids out over there.

Somebody might get hurt.

What the hell is the matter with you Eggar?

I thought we understood each other.

Now, the bus was supposed

to be ready to go an hour ago.

The bus was ready to go an hour ago.

I do your job for you, didn't I?

I had to wake your baby

punks out of bed!

And you're using a state

vehicle for personal business

and you're transporting outsiders.

Now, I know who you're taking.

And I know what you're

going to do with her too.

This is still a work detail.

I've got all the authorization I need!

You let that garbage do what they want

instead of teaching them right from wrong!

Listen Eggar,

let's get something straight.

I'll take care of my job and

you take care of yours.

Mine is to plan the work details

and yours it to get me there.

What the hell you think they're gonna

do out there in the woods with girls?

Pray?

Let's see what we got here.

Come on, cool it!

- Oh, man.

- Morning, sir!

Mama looks good.

Thank you.

It's a really nice house you

have here, Mr. Morgan.

- We had a little automotive difficulties.

- I understand.

These are my boys from the camp.

Do you believe all this sh*t?

Bye dear.

- Bye mom, bye daddy.

- Bye dear.

- What about that missing couple?

- They'll be okay, there's 3 adults.

Got more rafts than the Navy.

- Leave her alone.

- You can come sit over here with me.

- Oh sh*t.

- Okay, get on, all right.

We're going to take real good

care of your daughters here,

don't you worry about anything.

3 blind mice, 3 blind mice.

3 blind mice, 3 blind mice.

- They all ran after the farmer's wife.

- 3 blind mice, 3 blind mice.

3 blind mice, 3 blind mice!

- Hallelujah!

- 3 blind mice, 3 blind mice.

Oh, yeah!

Did you ever see such

a sight in your life?

3 blind mice! 3 blind mice!

See how they run!

- The bus will take us to this point, here.

- That'll be the work site.

- This is where we're going to work, yeah.

- Where is the work site?

Right there. We're going to go

to the stream for fish and game.

Ain't that where you took us before?

That's a long way in there.

Yeah, it's about 30 miles deeper in.

Yeah, we're going to hike about 15

miles down to a place called Mill Creek.

And then the rafts will meet us

there at the forestry outpost.

How do the rafts get there?

Oh, well Eggar will take them.

Yeah, he'll meet us there with the bus.

Then we're going to raft about 30

miles down to a place that, Mike,

- what's the name of that place

you told me about? - Happy Camp.

- What kind of bear they got up there?

- Big.

- You mean you girls gonna work for us?

- Sure!

Does anyone really know the way?

Hey Mel, are there any deer there?

Look, all I can tell you is it's wild,

it's practically untouched

and you're going to love it.

It's really beautiful,

you're just going to love it.

Ain't no reason to be there.

Trails don't need no clearing

and the streams ain't no good.

Lot of wild animals.

You girls ain't never been up there.

You going to have a lot of trouble

with these dried out trees.

They keep... logs keep falling down,

branches and stuff.

Couple friends of mine got hurt up there

a couple years ago, one man was killed.

I know a stretch a patch about 30 miles

north of here that would be a lot easier

for y'all to get through.

It got a lot of nice streaming up there

and y'all have a better time doing

it that way and nobody get hurt.

If I do get you up there,

y'all going to be bitching and moaning

about how dark it is and how rough it is.

Come 12 o'clock, midnight,

- I won't be there to help y'all.

- Why don't you just drive the bus all right?

I'm just warning you.

Somebody's going to get hurt, you do that.

- I'm going to tell them Eggar.

- Shut up back there!

- I'm going to tell them all about you.

- You hear me Zorich?

I ain't going to take your

sh*t no more! You hear me?

Hey Eggar, isn't that your old home?

You know what that is Windy?

A mental institution.

- Don't put that there.

- Where's your gloves, goddammit?

- Come on.

- Boone, wear your gloves next time!

Sh*t.

You'll be much more comfortable

if you wear them, darling.

Here.

You do that on purpose? It ain't funny,

goddammit! That's how people get hurt!

- Hey, Eggar!

- Leave me alone.

- Sh*t.

- Hey, Eggar!

- Come on Eggar!

- Cut your sh*t out, out here!

Eggar!

Oh, it's beautiful!

Hey, simple! Boats stay on the bus.

How you supposed to get downstream?

Now come on, get down there. We got

a stream to clear. Let's go, let's go.

Pick up that box.

Hey! What you doing?

Just go on, I'll take care of that.

Get that out of here. Go ahead!

- Okay man, why don't you get off my back?

- You keep walking.

- You just keep walking.

- Fool.

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