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Barn of the Blood Llama (1997)

| Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi
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Inbred hillbillies trap various passersby at their World o Wool llama farm where an animal coroner is conducting genetic experiments which turn the animals into sex-starved toxic beasts. A ... See full summary »

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Kevin L. West
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Credited cast:
Clive Barker ... Himself
David Boone David Boone ... Bliss Enabler
Connie Campbell Connie Campbell ... (as Connie S. Campbell)
Kirsten Carter Kirsten Carter ... Bea
Lucinda Cruse Lucinda Cruse ... Toni
Fred Ellis Fred Ellis ... Stouker Dash
Raven Greywolf Raven Greywolf ... Tiffany
Lucinda Hinton Lucinda Hinton ... Janet
Kirk Hunter Kirk Hunter ... Gibby
C.K. McFarland ... Ma Jacobi
Richard Predgo Richard Predgo ... Pa
Earl Ray Saathoff Earl Ray Saathoff ... Bock
Kelley Swinney Kelley Swinney ... Dr. Albert
Kevin L. West Kevin L. West ... Jug
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Inbred hillbillies trap various passersby at their World o Wool llama farm where an animal coroner is conducting genetic experiments which turn the animals into sex-starved toxic beasts. A new look at bad animal husbandry. Written by Kevin West <jug@mail.utexas.edu>

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A New Look at Bad Animal Husbandry

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Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi

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Australia | Canada | USA

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Austin, Texas, USA See more »

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Maybe Gravy Films See more »
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has everything an exploitation film needs
18 December 1998 | by darkie-2See all my reviews

Shot on more film stocks than Oliver Stone ever dreamed of, BARN has it all: bestiality, cheap tramps, rock star hitchhikers, llama funerals, severed heads, brain transplants, haggis. This satire on rural horror movies is truly a nightmare of bad animal husbandry gone awry. It's also a hoot. Even fans of Roger Corman and early Sam Raimi (Evil Dead) will not be prepared for it. The performances are so deliciously raw and over the top The MST3K guys would shudder in gleeful terror.


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