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Small Town Folk (2007)

There is a place... a place called Grockleton, wherein, high on a hill-top stands the lonely Beesley's Manor, governed by the villainous 'Landlord' and his lowly male counterparts (Pooch, ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Chris R. Wright ...
The Landlord
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Dan Palmer ...
Dobbin
Simon Stanley-Ward ...
Marcus
Greg Martin ...
Jon
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Susan
Howard Lew Lewis ...
Jon Nicholas ...
Pooch
Ben Richards ...
Pike
James Ford ...
Ric
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Heather
Tamaryn Payne ...
Shaz
Chris Musselwhite ...
Smithy
Peter Stanley-Ward ...
Crow Brother #2 / Jobie
Harrison Hawker ...
Crow Brother #1 / Corpse
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There is a place... a place called Grockleton, wherein, high on a hill-top stands the lonely Beesley's Manor, governed by the villainous 'Landlord' and his lowly male counterparts (Pooch, Pike and the diesel-swilling Dobbin). Always on the look-out for new female company to help carry on the Beesley name, the Landlord keeps a watchful eye over Grockleton and anyone who dares to enter his land. When three improbable heroes stumble unsuspectingly into the Beesley's realm they are cruelly snared into a menacing hunt and an unstoppable frenzy of heart racing mayhem! Will the Landlord triumph and collect his 'trophies' (and maybe even a future bride?), or can the unlikely trio be victorious against him in his own game? Written by Official Website

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Welcome to Grockleton... Death awaits you. See more »


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2 June 2007 (USA)  »

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A birtok  »

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Greg Martin and Chris R. Wright took part in an amateur production of William Shakespeare's "The Tempest" during the making of this film. See more »

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The Landlord: Looks like we might have another Grockle problem.
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More of a bad comedy, rather than a bad horror
21 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

This movie was so awful I went on my laptop ten minutes in to write this review. The acting was bad, the plot was bad, and the footage is nothing but killers running after victims while making confusing comments in between.

The first half hour is nothing but close-ups of their face. The camera is practically shoved into their face. Even in a conversation, they'd have nothing but shots of their face. Even if they were running, they'd have shots of their face, a 2 second shot of their back, then back again to freakishly close shots of their face.

You can't even rely on the gore in the movie, because most of it isn't shown, and if it is, it looks so fake, there's no way you can get scared.

In the first part of the film, it was so obvious they used green screen. The lines were blurred, the scenes looked fake, it was like I was watching a Disney movie. Except I would have rather watched a Disney.

An hour in, and the movie was still playing. By this time, no one was watching except me so I can make an accurate review. At this point, it's nothing but running, violence that's not really violence, screaming and hitting.

You'd have to completely pay attention to this movie in order to understand what it's about but it's hard to even watch it for ten minutes.

This movie was so bad, I would have called it a comedy if not for the fact that it was put in the horror section of the movie rentals. Except, even the humour sucked so either way, it's a bad comedy and a bad horror film.


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