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July 1975 (USA) See more »
The vacation getaway that everyone's trying to get away from... See more »
Three mountain-men brothers living in an uninhabited forest area love their simple lifestyle. When a... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Wayne Crawford ... David (as Scott Lawrence)
Jennifer Stock ... Leslie (as Jennifer Gregory)
Sam Moree ... Benny
Daniel Schweitzer ... Ezra
William Kerwin ... Monroe (as Thomas Wood)
Suzanne Robinson ... Carol Rizzo (as Kayelynne)
Robert Rosano ... Robert Rizzo
Adrian Sherman ... Fruit Vendor
Nancy Lawson ... David's Girlfriend
Michael Shaw ... Leslie's Boyfriend
Jerry James ... Foreman
Raymond Diaz ... Bulldozer Operator
Jack Nuber ... Construction Crewman
Lane Chiles ... Construction Crewman
Bruce Kronenberg ... Construction Crewman

Jerry Shulman ... Construction Crewman (as Gerald Shulman)
Carlos Sanchez ... Construction Crewman
Freddie Dawson ... Rochelle
Berry Sweeting ... Shug
Thomas Ferguson ... Josh
Anthony Lane ... Office Manager
Lynn Kava ... Office Worker
Gwenn Lane ... Office Worker
Lori Robin Lane ... Office Worker (as Lori Lane)
David Lipsick ... Office Worker
Paul Goeld ... Office Worker
Pat Hopwood ... Office Worker
Judy Weinstein ... Office Worker
B.M. Troop ... Office Worker
April Hirsch ... Office Worker
Michael Waldfogel ... Cowboy
Rob Torokvei ... Cowboy
Richmond Farren ... Cowboy
Gary Glover ... Cowboy
Fredrick Fryer ... Cowboy
Claudette Baumgardner ... Girl in Diner

Luis Antonio Ramos ... Diner Customer (as Luis Ramos)
Charles Hines ... Joe
Robert Hudson ... Husband
Sheila Riley ... Wife

Directed by
Harry Kerwin  (as Harry E. Kerwin)
Writing credits
Wayne Crawford (story) and
Robert Woodburn (story)

Wayne Crawford (screenplay) and
Harry Kerwin (screenplay) (as Harry E. Kerwin)

Produced by
Wayne Crawford .... producer
Harry Kerwin .... associate producer (as Harry E. Kerwin)
Andrew Lane .... producer
Original Music by
Michael Shaw 
Cinematography by
William Walsh (director of photography) (as William J. Walsh)
Film Editing by
Fred Berney  (as Fredric Berney)
Makeup Department
The Dutchess .... makeup artist
Art Department
Cheryl Evans .... props
Peter Johns .... set designer
Michael Waldfogel .... set designer
Sound Department
Bernie Blynder .... sound (as Bernard Blynder)
Jack Nuber .... boom man
Camera and Electrical Department
Lane Chiles .... photographer: second unit
Steven Cohen .... assistant camera (as Steve Cohen)
Steven Cohen .... photographer: second unit (as Steve Cohen)
Edmund Gibson .... visual consultant
Mike Goad .... grip
William Randall .... photographer: second unit
Gerald Rhodes .... gaffer (as Jerry Rhodes)
William Walsh .... camera operator (as William J. Walsh)
Mike White .... grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Cheryl Evans .... wardrobe
Other crew
Betty Kerwin .... script supervisor
Paul Moore .... title designer

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86 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Enjoyable enough., 10 November 2011
Author: Scott LeBrun (Hey_Sweden) from Canada

This Floridian "hicksploitation" flick doesn't have a hell of a lot going for it, but does prove to be genuinely amusing at times. It begins with three brothers, Monroe (William Kerwin of "Blood Feast" and "Two Thousand Maniacs!"), Ezra (Daniel Schweitzer), and Benny (Sam Moree), who are fiercely dedicated to Mother Nature. So much so that when construction workers begin clearing their forest in order to start creating a park, they see red. After an altercation with one of the workers, the poor schmuck is chopped in half with his own bulldozer blade. And the brothers feel that now that they've killed someone, there ain't no turning back. Soon they're intent on wiping out the two couples that have had the audacity to enter their domain. Now, the star, and co-writer of both the story and the screenplay, Wayne Crawford, has the biggest character arc, playing the young man grown disillusioned by working for a weapons manufacturer (he's a pacifist) who's gonna have to find some sort of fighting instinct inside of him. But the best actor in the thing is definitely Kerwin, whose character is more likable than anyone else here, and certainly the least abrasive. Most everybody else is flat out annoying, although Benny is such a hoot the way that he rocks that enormous white man's Afro. Director / co-writer Harry Kerwin (William's brother, who also directed William and Wayne in the eco-conscious conspiracy thriller "Barracuda") includes enough sleazy elements to try to maintain the interest of drive-in movie fans, particularly sex, bare skin, and rape. The main problem here is that the movie is rough going for a while, setting up characters but taking too long to get them where they're going. Some of those tunes are catchy, but after a while the music gets to be a bit much. Only in the last 20 minutes or so do things get more interesting, with the backwoods brothers determined to eliminate the city folk. An interesting, crude 'n' cheap, yet oddly entertaining little flick, "God's Bloody Acre" is no classic of its particular sub genre, but fans of this sort of thing may still want to check it out. Six out of 10.

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