A rock band gets stuck on a haunted farm while visiting its lead singer's family.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Woolf ...
Young Mac
Danny Keogh ...
Milan Murray ...
Guy Raphaely ...
Anton Voster ...
Killer (as Anton Vorster)
Brett Goldin ...
Nina Wassung ...
Neels Clasen ...
Billy Bob
Jocelyn Broderick ...


While in a tour with his rock band Slash, the lead singer Mac is informed that his aunt died and his family is expecting him in their farm, where he spent his childhood, for the funeral. The group travels in their bus and meets the weird patriarch and Mac's father Jeremiah. The local Billy Bob tells about an old tradition called "harvest of blood" used to improve the harvest. Their bus has problems with the injector and they get stuck in the farm, while a serial killer chases each one of them to collect their blood. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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farm | harvest | blood | band | bus | See All (103) »


All this farm needs is a little new blood... See more »

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for horror violence, language, some drug use and sexuality | See all certifications »




Release Date:

14 March 2003 (Turkey)  »

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Hasat  »

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The US VHS release of the film has an obvious editing defect in it. The shot where the sheriff drives up to the farm while Mac chops wood plays twice. See more »


When Mac and his father are talking after they come face to face for the first time in years, the camera briefly pans to a shot of Mac's dead aunt. If you watch closely, you can see the windpipe of the "corpse" swell up and go back down. See more »


Jeremiah: [Last lines] Well Daddy, it's harvest time.
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References Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983) See more »


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Nothing New, But Definitely Entertaining.
25 August 2006 | by (New York, NY, United States) – See all my reviews

I happened to be surfing through channels one evening, and saw that "Slash" was about to begin. Since it was a horror movie, I gave it a try, and it was actually a surprise. The film revolves around a rock band, called Slash. The group of band members end up at a secluded old farm out in the middle of nowhere, when the band's lead singer's aunt dies and he goes to visit his father at the family home. Things begin to get a little bit spooky when strange events plague the band members. It seems someone is lurking around the farm, putting a stop to all of their attempts to leave. Someone wants them to stay, and then the band members begin to die off. Who is behind the killings? Is it the creepy farm handyman? Or perhaps someone else?

I actually thought this movie wasn't that bad at all. The story (while it is somewhat routine) was interesting enough to keep my attention. The twist ending was obvious but appropriate in the film's context, it worked well. The acting was so-so... let's just say that there aren't exactly Oscar-worthy performances. But what can one expect from a film of this nature, the cast is mostly unknowns (aside from Steve Railsback who plays the band's lead singer's father). The scripting was somewhat corny at times, and some of the characters made stupid remarks, but I wouldn't make a big deal about it, because "Slash" is a B-grade horror flick all the way. The death scenes were creative, especially the harvesting machinery sequence, which was quite brutal, and the setting of the film was isolated and kind of spooky. The finale itself was well executed also and the killer throughout the film was pretty cool.

Overall, "Slash" is really nothing new for horror fans, but it manages to be a decent and fun little movie to view. Complete with a rock soundtrack, some gory death scenes, and an overall decent story, it serves it's purpose and manages to be alright in the end. Horror fans will find it enjoyable, others will probably hate it. 6/10.

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