A laughable low-budget effort, HAUNTS depicts a small town plagued by an unknown serial killer who is hacking up the local girls with a pair of scissors. Meanwhile, at a remote farmhouse, Britt believes that uncle Mitchell is the murderer. But she believes a lot of things--including that
she was once raped by the family goat. You see, Britt is sexually repressed, and her frustrations are making her a bit loony. This is almost worth sitting through to see Aldo Ray, as the town's good-for-nothing drunken sheriff, retch over a toilet bowl, and to watch Mitchell's hair change color
from scene to scene.