Garnering even more media attention at the time was a photo in the end credits.
Back in the 80s, The Hills Run Red, a horror movie by one Wilson Wyler Concannon, was pulled from theatres when audiences thought its extreme violence looked a little too real.
The Carter family decides to spend their summer vacation trekking across southwestern United States on a road trip to California.
Mutant people have malformed faces and bodies, one man has his head in a metal framework, and one man has an enlarged head and a twisted body.
At the center of it all is bright eyed good girl Pam and her crush Deputy Mark both played by soap opera mainstays Vicky Dawson and Christopher Goutman who spend the majority of the film fumbling around for clues in unpopulated locations just asking to get their eyes gouged out with the prongs of a pitchfork.
Once their trailer breaks down in the middle of nowhere, the vacation turns into a disaster.
Even the narratively similar My Bloody Valentine pulled in just enough dough to double its meager budget.
Gramps - Fang and him have Tina and are discussing what to do to her.