Four young offenders and their care workers visit the remote Yorkshire village of Mortlake, which prides on keeping itself to itself. A minor incident with locals rapidly escalates into a blood-soaked, deliriously warped nightmare.
A woman has been brutally struck down by a car and the two drivers have been obtained by the police. The unorthodox commander-in-chief decides to check out the assailant's car for himself ... See full summary »
When marauding orcs invade a US National Park, our collective fates lie in the hands of Ranger Cal Robertson and his side-kick, Volunteer Cadet Hobie, who must stop the wave of destruction before the whole world is overrun.
i just bought this film signed by one of the directors as i'd heard mixed reviews, mainly stating how sick and twisted this film was. they were right, OK so the acting isn't great but i kinda expect that from low budget movies, the music was fitting and the effects were really really good, one scene in particular involving a drill was very well done. and i recently saw a web clip showing how they did that which was cool as it was voiced by Emily Booth so to have had her blessing it definitely gets another thumbs up from me. a great cameo from Lloyd Kaufman made me chuckle, that guy is hilarious. there are some really nasty moments in the film and i wont spoil it here for anyone but i did find myself looking away which is rare. this is not a date movie but more a uni drunk night in movie. its a movie that will become notorious via word of mouth due to its graphic nature. the two guys who made this film not only did everything themselves but even acted as some very crazy characters which made me think if these guys can deliver something sick like this,who knows what they could do when money is thrown at them. i'll definitely be watching out for more from these guys
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