The blood and gore will please fans that dig that kind of stuff and it has enough for what kind of film it is. But you should heed the warning that along with the blood and gore comes insanely stupid characters that go everywhere they shouldnít and do all the things you should never do in a horror film. I think audiences these days deserve more intelligent characters and if you need them to go somewhere they shouldnít, at least give them a logical reason to walk into that dark room full of broken glass and knives. Curiosity is not a good enough reason.
But where the film really lost me was while it was bouncing back from the 70ís to present day. I kind of understood the Winnebago-driving ghosts and their twisted killer, but one moment something would be there and the next it would be gone. I think the writer was trying to create an alternate or parallel dimension revolving around the deserted highway, but it wasnít clear in the film. And a storyline like that canít be explained in 89 minutes, especially when half of that time is spent watching blood splatter on the screen.
Itís a tough responsibility to create a gory and intelligent horror film and these filmmakers didnít succeed. I liked the style of the film and it had moments that creeped me out, but overall this was a poorly written film that could have used some structure. However, with all of that said, if youíre looking for a halfway decent slasher film, this might do the trick for you.