An expecting Mother (Rachel) and husband (Matt) crash their car in the countryside and are offered shelter by a farmer and his wife. Rachel soon realizes the farmer's children are in fact ...
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An expecting Mother (Rachel) and husband (Matt) crash their car in the countryside and are offered shelter by a farmer and his wife. Rachel soon realizes the farmer's children are in fact stolen. Just as they try to escape from the farm Rachel goes into labor.....
At the end the poem is repeated and the corresponding text is quoted in full. See more »
Rachel supposedly just gave birth, but never shows any sign of postpartum bleeding and her stomach is immediately completely flat, although it takes several weeks for the swelling to dissipate after birth. See more »
Us? We're Sick? How dare you! You! Your world is filth! Pornographic images, man on man, I've seen it! Your kids practically walk around naked worshipping false idols... You are the one who's sick
How dare you... those are my boys
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Clever and Harrowing
Pleasantly surprised and highly entertained by this low budget gem.
The writer kind of leads you down the path a little, I was like, oh god this is so predictable! WRONG! Totally threw some serious curve balls and I was gripped.
My wife really liked it and this is seriously high praise as she easily gets bored if films don't keep 'giving'. I think women especially mothers will find themselves unable to look away due to the horrific scenario the mother-to-be gets into - she is also the hero and damn she goes through the mill but not in that standard horror victim way.
The evil family in this movie are so creepy and they often make you cringe.
Matriarch is great - a fresh horror / thriller / creepy mash up.
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