An often underrated title, Tobe Hooper's post-Texas Chainsaw Massacre slasher film does proved itself flawed, but I still find it watchable. Probably the gore, the gore is always a good reason to watch, and this had the most shocking death I've ever seen. While a man is looking for his sister in a run-down motel, unknown to him that his sister is already croc chow, our killer caretaker surprises him with a swing of a scythe, which slides through his neck like cheese and gets it stuck there. I can say the same for my case when our killer watches in awe as our victim walks away, scythe stuck through his neck, trying to yank it off as he choke on the mixture of cold steel and warm blood.
Not enough, he lands near the dock, where our killer tries to yank his scythe back, while his pet crocodile looms around the corner, biting on his new chow, while his owner finally got his scythe back. It's perhaps one of the longest murder I've seen, but still notorious.