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.

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Alex Chandon

Writers:

Alex Chandon, Alex Chandon (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jo Hartley ... Kate
James Doherty ... Jeff
Seamus O'Neill Seamus O'Neill ... Jim
James Burrows James Burrows ... Tim
Terry Haywood ... Zeb
Nadine Mulkerrin Nadine Mulkerrin ... Sam (as Nadine Rose Mulkerrin)
Chris Waller ... Dwight
Neil Leiper Neil Leiper ... Gris
Derek Melling Derek Melling ... Greg
Damien Lloyd-Davies Damien Lloyd-Davies ... Rats
Mark Rathbone ... Ron
Ted Metcalf Ted Metcalf ... Mr. Fisher
Dominic Brunt ... Podge
Mat Fraser ... Jacob
George Newton ... Wilf
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Storyline

This film is about a group of four teen offenders who go to the country for the weekend with two other youth workers. They end up at an old country house near the town of Mortlake in Yorkshire. After they clean up the house so they can stay there they all head in to the village for some well earned drinks only to run in to the local "town folk". The next day they go to a place that has old train carriages to collect some scrap metal when they again run in to the locals, but this time it ends up with one of the youth workers being hurt badly. They go in to the village for help but it turns out to be the worst thing they could have done. The locals aren't as friendly and welcoming as they thought. Written by Michael Hallows Eve

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They came in peace... they left in pieces.

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Comedy | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sadistic horror violence/gore, pervasive language and some nudity | See all certifications »

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This was screened at the 13th edition of the Blood Movie Watchers Club (BMW). See more »

Goofs

At about the 32 minute mark, the character is reading from a book titled "Trains". The front cover should be on the right side but it appears on the left. It looks like the front and back cover are switched. A few seconds later the front cover is clearly on the other side of the book only to switch back again about a minute later. See more »

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Referenced in Demon Baby (2015) See more »

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Enjoyable, well acted and very, very funny
4 September 2011 | by ian-andrews2000See all my reviews

I was privileged to see this film at the recent Frightfest and thoroughly enjoyed it. The acting and production values are first class, the story is great and the dark humour running throughout the film is very entertaining. (I hesitate to use the term "black humour" in case the reviewer who thought this film was racist is offended - eee- by-gum, talk about missing the point!). I wish more films were as courageous as this one. There are also some very nice homages to classic horror films of the past. Don't want to spoil it for anyone as the trailers do not give too much away but I would totally recommend it to anyone who wants a good scare, a good laugh, and a break from the formulaic Hollywood junk being spewed out at the moment.


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Country:

Germany | UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 September 2012 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Inbred See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

GBP1,250,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$24
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| (re-edited 24fps)

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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