A pair of youngsters seeking a little privacy in the woods get more than they bargained for when they are assaulted by a trio of thugs and rescued by a most unusual couple in director Gabrielle Albanesi's gruesome tribute to the drive-in shockers of yesteryear.
All Aurora (Daniela Virgilio) and Rino (Daniele Grassetti) wanted was to find a secluded place where they could make love in nature, but the appearance of three sadistic bullies (David Pietroni, Garemia Longobardo, and Cristiano Callegaro) soon sends a romantic evening alone careening into violence.
In the ensuing struggle, Rino is beaten mercilessly and the three intruders prepare to rape Aurora. Mercifully, at the last possible moment, the couple is rescued by tough talking Clara (Santa De Santis) and pistol-packing Antonio (Rino Diana).
After chasing the attackers away, Clara and Antonio offer to take Rino and Aurora to their remote cabin in order to recover - an offer which the frightened youngsters appreciatively accept. Upon arriving at the isolated abode, however, Rino and Aurora quickly realize that their troubles may have just begun.
Not only does Clara and Antonio have a young boy named Guilio (Fabiano Malantrucco) with some seriously intimidating incisors, but the same sadists who tormented them in the woods soon turn up for an encore performance.
By the time the morning sun casts away this grueling night of slaughter, the ones who survived will pray for death to release them from the horrors they have experienced.