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June 1972 (USA) See more »
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This is the story of four jewel thieves on the run who decide to hole up with a hillbilly couple until the search for them slackens off. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)
Ashley Brooks ... Reba Sue Craven (as Ashley Brooke)
George Ellis ... Harlan P. Craven
Trudy Moore ... Karen
Mike Coolik ... Kirk
Jim Peck ... Phillip
Pepper Thurston ... Susan
Valarie Lipsey ... Madame Jessabelle
R. Kenneth Wade ... Tobe
Frank Jones ... Brother Love
Alan Davis ... Moonshine Customer
Ben Ennis ... Moonshine Customer
Chris Christ ... Moonshine Customer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

John Carradine ... The Judge of Hell (uncredited)

Directed by
Donn Davison 
Fred Olen Ray (1986 recut version)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Barbara Morris Davison  screenplay

Produced by
Margot Breier .... associate producer (credited on 1986 recut version) (as Margot Noel Breir)
Donn Davison .... producer
Fred Olen Ray .... producer (1986 recut version)
Lee Jones .... producer (uncredited)
Cinematography by
Avrum M. Fine (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Avrum M. Fine 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Margot Breier .... assistant director (as Margot Noel Breier)
Sound Department
John Pastore .... sound engineer
Special Effects by
Don Friedman .... special effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert Day .... gaffer
Ben Ennis .... gaffer
Avrum M. Fine .... camera operator
Steve Tanner .... grip
Lynn Wheeler .... still photographer
Other crew
Margot Breier .... continuity (as Margot Noel Breier)
Bill Bruning .... publicist
Trudy McCullough .... assistant to director
Leo Barthle .... special thanks
Lucille Barthle .... special thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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Also Known As:
"Demented Death Farm Massacre... The Movie" - Canada (English title) (recut version), USA (recut version)
"Death Farm" - USA (recut version)
"Honey Pie" - USA (promotional title)
"Little Whorehouse on the Prairie" - USA (promotional title)
"Moonshiners' Women" - USA (alternative title)
"The Hillbilly Hooker" - USA (racier version)
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85 min
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Producer Fred Olen Ray bought the limited release film Shantytown Honeymoon (1971), shot an introduction scene with John Carradine as The Judge of Hell (5 minutes), and sold it to Troma Films that re-titled it again to "Demented Death Farm Massacre... The Movie (1986).See more »
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3 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Please, Massacre me before I turn into a Demented Farmer!, 9 March 2010
Author: Coventry from the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls

There are certain movies you just HAVE TO watch if only for their titles alone. With such a title you automatically tend to think "how bad can it possibly be … right?" Of course, only a few minutes into the film and you can't but realize how awful it is and all of a sudden the title doesn't sound that funny anymore. A few minutes … that's how long it takes in order to be exposed to a world of horrible acting performances by randomly selected yokels, incomprehensible dialog and no plot development whatsoever. During the intro we have John Carradine (him again … the more bad B-movies I discover, the more I encounter his fatigue face) murmuring something about being the devil and thus He who decides whether a person goes to hell or not. Apparently this sequence, and a couple of other ones featuring Carradine, where edited into the film by Fred Olen Ray afterwards! Okay, now I understand how Olen Ray has over 110 movies on his repertoire as a director and Carradine over 340 as an actor! Anyway, after the Judge of Hell's bizarre uttering, we switch towards a remote countryside setting. We have a party of four, people that couldn't possibly look less connected to each other, wandering through the woods and finding shelter in a secluded farm house. Apparently they are fugitive jewel thieves, but these people honestly look way too dumb to commit any sort of theft, let alone jewelery. You would then subsequently expect for the "Demented Death Farm Massacre" to ensue, but no … First there's a lot of arguing about the difference between stealing a jeep and picking up what other people threw away (seriously, who "throws away" a jeep?) and other totally random and nonsensical gibberish. The fattest and ugliest redneck I've ever seen is married to a beautiful young girl with impressive cleavage. It is later explained that her father owed the fat bastard $200 and they settled it with a marriage. That's hillbilly logic for you! Every dialog is drawn out five or six times more than necessary and the "action" sequences are shot in slow-motion. They literally do everything here in order to reach a normal playtime. The absolute most shameless attempt to fill up the running time is an extremely long monologue of a guy talking to God. Seriously, FOUR full minutes of staring at a dumb yokel talking to the sky! There's so much talking in this movie, it's crazy. Either the screenplay contained approximately 7,000 pages or these rednecks were just instructed to improvise whatever the wanted. Naturally, there's also a chase through the woods guided by the obligatory banjo music and incompetent cinematography. In the end, the only "demented" thing about this movie is that there are idiots like myself who watch it. The "Death Farm" is just a shed in somebody's garden and the only farming tool used in the "Massacre" is a pitchfork. Lame.

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