Two vacationing couples lend assistance to an injured man. This good deed leads them into their worst nightmare.
Did You Know?
The script for this film was originally written with the title "Holiday Nightmare" and was to be shot on a yacht at Catalina Island in 1974 and Robert Blake was set to star. Then Blake was signed to do the TV series "Baretta" and there was a clause in his contract that he could not do any other projects. It took twenty six years for the writer-director to finally get the financing in the year 2000. But, the producer insisted that the location be in Tehachapi. So, it had to be re-written from a yacht to a mountain cabin. Then Eric Roberts was to do the lead, but canceled out because of a scheduling conflict. John Savage was cast in his place at the last minute and the movie finally got made. See more