Official selection 2007 Sundance Film Festival. - The wages of sin. A foul-mouthed family of brother and sister, in their late teens or early 20s, and their father run a small farm. During ... See full summary »

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Official selection 2007 Sundance Film Festival. - The wages of sin. A foul-mouthed family of brother and sister, in their late teens or early 20s, and their father run a small farm. During one argument between the siblings, ostensibly about her choice of a man to marry, she hints that she knows why he has no woman in his life. Later that night, when dad's sleeping off heavy drinking, brother and sister open Pandora's box. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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You'll Never See It Coming...
26 June 2007 | by (Arlington, VA.) – See all my reviews

I just saw this film recently, as one of three horror-themed shorts featured at the Texas Frightmare Weekend convention in Dallas. All I have to say is this: if you consider yourself a 'jaded' horror fan who's seen it all, get ready for something that has the stunning effect of someone putting a taser to your crotch.

An unsettling and disorienting blend of Cronenberg and Lynch, the deceptively simple story is about a family - brother, sister and father

  • headed up to the family farm on a road trip. The relationship between
the three is contentious to say the least, but the jittery visuals and the soundtrack, which makes the stomach churn and the ears itch, hint at much darker doings than just dysfunctional dynamics.

And in an honest effort to make this review spoiler-free, I refuse to say any more, except that if you are lucky enough to be given the opportunity to see LITTLE FARM, set aside those ten minutes and watch it. I can promise you that writer/director/co-star Calvin Reeder will provide you with an unforgettable experience, especially an ending that would make even Tobe Hooper or Wes Craven sit up and say "What the f...????"


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