A mysterious organization promotes their trusted member as his mischievous crew sets their eyes on a young couple. The secrets of a dark tradition are threatened as two innocent lives struggle to survive.
A mysterious cult has decided to take a new direction in giving Victor, a hard working trusted member, a promotion. However, his cruel minded disciples have decided to take action of their own. Growing tired of their monotonous plans, they begin to take their malevolent acts one step further. In a world seemingly far removed from Victor's, two young girls, Annabel and Tina, are trying to make changes in their own lives. Annabel prepares for a second date with Jerry, a man she met online, while Tina keeps focused on an important meeting that is sure to open up new doors in her life. Soon these two worlds collide as Annabel and Tina find themselves deep within the belly of the beast, and the long, dark history of a secret organization is revealed.Written by
Christopher Di Nunzio
Robert Hines and Irina Peligrad were Nominated for best Actor and Actress at The 2009 San Antonio Horrific Film Festival. It was for there work in "Livestock" (2009). The festival was August 27-30th 2009, San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A. See more »
By no means is this the greatest Horror film. I gave it a 10 because I thought it was a well made and original film. I was thinking before I watched Livestock that it was going to be another Low budget gore fest which is okay by me but I was so happy it wasn't. I mean I love those type of films but that's what every low budget Horror film seems to be these days. No Livestock isn't that. All though it has some nice gore. Livestock is a well made dark drama. It reminds me of a lot of older Horror films with the pacing and the way the build up is. I was really impressed with the main character Victor, he reminded me of a young Al Pacino. Also the character Annabel did a great job at one point she looked so scared that I felt for her. Livestock is definitely a different type of film. It's about a cult but they're not the cult like all those great occult films from the 70's. They're more like modern day gangsters, which is an idea I loved. All in all Livestock gives something different and I appreciate that. There is one scene in a creepy room which looks so cool it seemed so surreal to me. I loved it. Livestock has good acting, it's shot well, it's got a new take on gangsters and the direction was very good. After seeing this film I really look forward to what this director does next. I think this is a really enjoyable film if you give it a chance.
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