Munger Road is well meaning and starts off with a typical premise. Serial killer escapes and returns to his hometown. Kids head off to scary road for some thrills encounter something horribly wrong.
It's obvious that wealthy dad was the key to getting this made, because as a writer and director Nicholas Smith is bottom of the barrel.
There are so many holes and so much stupidity on the parts of the characters watching was a chore and a bore.
Characters walking through tunnels arriving at roughly the same time other characters who drove to the same place made the plot preposterous too.
Also, the resolution was flimsy and unjustified.
Bad, bad, bad.