Now trapped in the cabin, the zombeavers surround the place. The bickering sextet must put their differences aside in order to survive. With the help of a witty hunter, Smyth (Rex Linn), they engage in an all out war with the toxic-waste infested things. The monsters get in and attack. Once bitten, the attractive young people, one by one, turn into half-beaver/half-human psychos. In one unfortunate and painful scene, one of the girls bites her BF's tally-whacker off after becoming infected. The mutated beavers appear unstoppable, as even after being killed, they keep coming.
Skinny-dipping, pot smoking, and pre-marital sex are sure to doom any character in these types of movies, but will any of our lovelies survive? Are the zombeavers a mere metaphor for middle America's non tolerance for free-love and skinny-dipping? The acting is superb, and our trio of actresses, not only look good, but engage in some great dialogue (..which may have been ad libbed). The last half of the film is wild, and pushes the envelope with gore and human-beaver imagery. Available on Netflix, see Zombeavers instead of wasting ten bucks for the disaster that is "Tomorrowland."