Inbred- 2011

Posted: March 15, 2013 in Uncategorized

Inbred-2011

4 our of 5 Screams 

Tagline: “Four young offenders and their care workers spend a weekend in the remote Yorkshire village of Mortlake, which prides on keeping itself to itself. A minor incident with locals rapidly escalates into a blood-soaked, deliriously warped nightmare.”

This is the best film so far directed by Alex Chandon, whom some might recognize as the director of Cradle of Fear and Bad Karma (none of which I hope you watch), however, Inbred is quite good. This movie was produced on a limited budget with some outstanding actors/actresses.  It reminded me of a funnier version of “The Hills have Eyes” without the gratuitous rape scene that makes everyone in the audience uncomfortable.

The movie starts out with a group of young offenders and their caretakers traveling to a remote cottage in the middle of nowhere. It gets pretty creepy right from the start when two of the kids see what they think is a scarecrow being stabbed to death by a bunch of kids.  Apparently this is no big deal and the group moves on to their cottage where they clean up and then go to a local pub. This is where everything pretty much goes down hill. We get an idea as to what is going on in the town and why everyone is so “different” and what they’re really doing to the out of towners.

This is a great movie if you’re looking for gore and suspense. It does take a little while to get to the good parts but it’s well worth it in the end. It’s another one of those movies where you find yourself yelling at the television (or is that just me?) for the victims to just “Run!!!”

All in all, it’s a good film. Check it out.

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