Synopsis

Even the most famished of travelers aren't likely to sample any "delicious" homemade muffins after catching this campy tale of a cozy bed and breakfast that happens to be run by a homo-hating hostess who makes a sport out of killing queers. The eve of the biggest gay party of the year has finally arrived, but when five couples realize that no one has made advance reservations, they make the fateful mistake of booking rooms at the Sahara Salvation Inn, a quaint little inn run by God-fearing Helen (Mari Marks) and her lovely daughter, Luella (Georgia Jean). All they were looking to do was have a little fun for the weekend, but these vacationing gay couples are about to experience the fright of their lives. They should have known by the homey decor that their evangelical Republican host was used to a more traditional clientele, though they never would have suspected that Helen was seeking to cure her daughter of lesbian tendencies through "curing" a gay man and forcing him into a union that Luella never wanted. Now, as Helen attempts to set her guests "straight" with a little help from the half-redneck/half-maggot mutant who haunts the grounds, odds are good that none of the guests will get out of the inn alive. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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