Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
A message in a bottle leads to the discovery of a deadly conspiracy for two unassuming cambers in the bloody directorial debut of filmmaker Kalman Szegvary. All best buddies Scott (John Sorbera) and Chuck (Mark Tyler) wanted was a quiet weekend of fishing at their remote summer cabin, but when Scott reels in a not bearing the ominous message "People Easting People," their weekend in the sun takes a dark turn. After an enticing encounter with a local beauty at a nearby bar, Scott has a terrifying nightmare and the pair are violently assaulted by a masked man while Chuck is kidnapped by a gang of scantily-clad, flesh-eating rollerbabes lead by the lusty Spike (Lisa Heughan). When the local sheriff refuses to conduct an investigation and a butchered body washes ashore near Scott's campsite, the terrified vacationer enlists the aid of a powerful local psychic whose visions of a secret island research laboratory find them fighting for their lives against the beautiful savages desperate to feast on their flesh.
cabin, cannibal, fishing, island-tropical, laboratory, psychic, roller-skating, savage