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The Wickeds

Seven kids head to a deserted house, in the middle of nowhere, that has been used as the set for a cheesy horror movie. After breaking into the house and messing around with the discarded props, a couple of the group head off upstairs for some good old-fashioned pre-marital sex.

Meanwhile, in a nearby cemetery, grave robbers Gus (Ron Jeremy) and Billy (Bryan Donoghue) are unearthing the recently deceased in search of a mystical amulet. Finally, Gus finds the coffin they are looking for and, upon opening it, the pair are surprised to see that the body within is remarkably well preserved for its age. As Billy follows Gus’ orders to grab the amulet, the body sits up and bites him on the arm. Grabbing the treasure they start running out of the graveyard, but their actions have woken the residents and there is nowhere left to run except a deserted house nearby.

When they reach the house, they join forces with the kids already there to create a stronghold and try to work out some way to survive. Outside, things are going from bad to worse. As Billy so eloquently puts it; “I see lots of Dead People.”

Released 2005

Directed by
John Poague
Written by
David Zagorski
Produced by
Jean Poague, John Poague
Edited by
Charlie Puritano
Ron Jeremy, Justin Alvarez, Anna Bridgforth, Kelly Sue Roth, Bradford Sikes, Bryan Donoghue, J. Mathew Miller, Danny Darder, Gabrielle Dennis, Eric Jame, Chris Darder and Michael Todd Schneider as Tuefel
Special Makeup FX by
magGot FX: Crew: magGot, Kristian Hickman, Eric James, Brian Alley, Midian Crosby, Steve Vadney
Bill Rogers