Breeding Farm (2013)



AKA:
Directed by: Cody Knotts
Starring: Richard John Walters (Breeder), Sara May (Rachael), Cody Knotts (Dad), Matthew Deering (Joe), Eileen Andrews (Julie)
Country: United States
Language: English
Runtime: 01:25:28
Genres: Sexual-Violence against Women, Captivity-Kidnapping, Cannibalism, Human Trafficking-Prostitution

Plot – Spoilers:
Rachael’s having her birthday party but is pissed off that her dad insisted on inviting the nerdy Joe whom she loathes. When her party dies, Rachael, Joe and some girls go for a drive but are instead waylaid and held captive by a breeder. The breeder is into some sort of trafficking where girls are sold to cannibals or anyone with a specific interest in young girls. He also often rapes them and is proud of the line, “Stock don’t talk.”

That’s pretty much it. This is only recommended for fans of low-grade trashy flicks. This is really low budget cinema – during the party you can almost hear them turn on some ambient-crowd-noise tape. And there’s a breaking-in scene by the cops at the end that is so tragic, it’s cute.

One thought on “Breeding Farm (2013)

  • November 17, 2019 at 6:14 pm
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    If the film making was any worse it would just be a blank screen for 85 minutes.

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