Six friends start a business providing guided tours of the locations where the world's most famous horror movies were filmed, until they find the one location where the horror is real.
This film wrapped production on October 2, 2020 and is now in the editing process.
George and his five friends have started a business, providing guided tours of the filming locations for the world's most famous horror films. They take scouting trips to each location before offering it up as a vacation destination for horror fans.
Excited fans are given the chance to spend the night at Camp Crystal Lake or the Black Hills Forest near Burkittsville, Maryland. As the business grows, "Terror Trips" decides to expand into Europe.
The group takes a scouting trip to Poland to visit the site of an independent horror film known as "Black Volga", only to discover that the horrors they saw on the screen were more than 'just a movie'.
In 1973, a horror film was released in Poland called "Black Volga". It was the story of an old urban legend that exists throughout the Eastern Bloc.
The legend says that the Soviet Union was sending KGB agents into small towns all over Eastern Europe, and then kidnapping children. The children were taken for blood transfusions, organ transplants, and sometimes even for human trafficking. The agents always drove a black Volga automobile, which was standard issue for the KGB at the time.
Because of the fear that surrounded this specific urban legend, "Black Volga" found it nearly impossible to get distribution, and the film never saw an official release. The filmmakers tried to rally support for the film with a premiere, but the government of Poland banned it from being shown, effectively killing any chance it ever had of being seen.
There are no known copies in existence, but a few short clips and a trailer can still be found online. The film has a brief listing on IMDb.com, but there is very little information available aside from that.