"He's a shit sweeper's son, and always will be!"
Synopsis: Five Pakistani youths set forth, unbenounced to their parents, on a road trip with a concert as their destination. En route the group is diverted off course and end up smack dab in the middle of a infectuous outbreak of zombie-like flesh-eaters and a family of ritualistic killers.
Review: What was marketed as "Pakistan's first gore film" hopefully won't be it's last, but I'm praying it's Omar ali Khan's last. Hell's Ground is a mess. The story layout is confusing as Hell; the first third plays out like a comedy, which rolls into a environmental subtexted zombie reel in the middle third and the final sequence showcases a killer-family slasher survival led by a sheet-wearing spikey-ball twirler. I'm befuddled. The frame-to-frame inconsistancies, cycled screen shots, piss poor sound effects and homages that seemed more blantant ripoffs were laughable. The shameless Mondo Macabro plug and Rehan cameo, however, I did love! The cast was decent, as to was the dialogue between them...confusing as the half English half Urdu was. A disappointment at best.
p.s. - If you can clearly hear your attacker breathing, he's more times than not, not dead. Holy fuck.