From "South Park" creator Trey Parker comes this highly irreverent retelling of the infamous Alfred Packer story. Accused cannibal Alfred Packer was a mountain guide and the sole survivor of a party of pioneers who got lost in the Rocky Mountains circa 1874. Through flashbacks, we see Packer and his gold-prospecting clients' encounters with Japanese Indians, unimpressed mountain men and the harsh Colorado winter—all of which cause them to burst into song and dance. It's Texas Chainsaw Massacre meets West Side Story. Ludicrous fun! Part of the Guild Cinema's TromaDance New Mexico Film Festival, this film will be introduced by Troma Films founder Lloyd Kaufman.95 minutes R.