Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Jason X director James Isaac leaves Hollywood behind and comes back down to Earth for this no-hold-barred, neo-exploitation romp about a group of hunters who head into the country on a quest to bag a 3,000 pound, man-eating black boar. All Jack and his girlfriend wanted was to get out of San Francisco for the weekend. Together with a few friends, the couple loads up their truck and prepares for a few days of hunting wild boar at a secluded ranch that was owned by Jack's late uncle. Along the way, the heavily-armed weekend warriors learn of a local legend surrounding The Ripper, a massive force of nature with a taste for human flesh. Few who have encountered The Ripper have lived to tell the tale, but these ambitious hunters are determined to collect its hide. Before the group reaches the ranch, however, they manage to rub a motley crew of locals the wrong way. To make matters worse, Jack soon discovers that the ranch has been trashed, and that the vandals spray-painted a cryptic warning about The Ripper on one of the walls. Now there's no turning back, and after loading up their guns, the hunters set out to make some bacon. But just as it begins to seem as if they're closing in on the Ripper, the hunters discover that wild boars aren't the only things to fear in these woods.
backwoods, hillbilly, hippie, hunting, pig, soldier