Jug Face is certainly an original take on backwoods horror.
Without its erotic elements the story is largely schlock, though it does hang together in a fairly lucid manner.
It is a movie that would fit better into Cinemax's late-night schedule, if those type of movies had better actors and much less sex.
It ultimately succumbs to being a motion film. It can't stop going through them.
Horror fans should feel comfortable with it but mainstream audiences might be a little bored.
Mere text does not tell the story of this well produced box set, so it's off to DoBlu's YouTube page
Its power to frighten is unmatched for receptive audiences.
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