Breeding Farm (2013)
Directed by: Cody Knotts
Starring: Richard John Walters (Breeder), Sara May (Rachael), Cody Knotts (Dad), Matthew Deering (Joe), Eileen Andrews (Julie)
Country: United States
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.
If the film making was any worse it would just be a blank screen for 85 minutes.
Bad acting…and bad movie
It’s so bad it’s good I watched the whole thing
Terrible, had to switch it off.
Yeah…i.m not sure if i like this movie or not .I mean,the story is ok but the actors are not so good.
What I can’t overlook is how flimsy those damn restraints are. How hard is it to use some fucking zip ties or duct tape.
Those weak ass knots would come undone if they put up any resistance and there’s nothing to stop them pulling the gags out of their mouths. I can deal with the bad acting and shit cinematography that looks like someones failed school project. I can’t deal with a complete lack of logic.
MANO SÓ MULHER FEIA DA POURRA AFF ; -; SI FUDE VEI
Rachael is a naked sweetheart ????
have you ever tried fried pussy
Based on the reviews I’ve read here and there about this movie. It seems to me that a lot of people need a harsh reality check.
Human trafficking is a real underground business and the profits for that business are in the trillions. It ranks 2nd only to Arms Dealing in profits. Think about that for a moment. That means there are powerful people involved in this. It’s even been traced back to the United States Government – the White House, Pentagon, and Law Enforcement.
Also, when movies get introduced, they need financial backing. Hollyweird is not going to touch this movie. It’s up to the director, producer, and friends/family to help front the money to get the movie made. Once the movie is out there, if it goes viral, then it’ll draw the attention of the people you don’t want! So the fact this is low budget and low key is done intentionally and it still provides public awareness.
There was another review asking about why they would want babies birthed from these women and how it would be counterproductive. Well, that’s easy to explain. You’ll have to look into Satanism and the Luciferians to see what they use the babies for. This isn’t something new. Black Slavery in America, these same sick people did the same thing with the female black slaves by breeding them with white men and selling off the babies to keep their slave trade profitable. It’s always going to be about money. Always!
Hope this forces some of you to go do some reading and investigation of your own.
At the beginning it’s hard to tell what this movie is. You don’t know if it’s either 1- trying to be a masterpiece of trash or 2- an actual effedupmovie but the actors are bad and it’s all a very dull and confusing experience (if you got pass the first half hour I congratulate you on being a no life, welcome to the club). At the final 9 minutes of movie everything becomes clear and make sure you get pass the credits so you can understand what is up with that nutjob director. I have every reason to give it a 0/5 and put it at worst movies of all time but I’ll give it 4/5 for the effort of being this bad and for the plot twist at the end, plus the ironic director’s message.
a cheap porn flic
Sex and nudity is just not strong enough. good concept but executed poorly