The Farm (2018)
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Directed by: Hans Stjernsward
Starring: Nora Yessayan (Nora), Alec Gaylord (Alec), Ken Volok (Hotel owner)
Country: United States
Genres: Cannibalism, Captivity
Plot – Spoilers:
Alec and Nora, a couple, drive out into the country, not sure why. Along the way they encounter people whose behaviour irritates Nora while Alec tries to be convince her that people are just different. But when they finally check into a Bates motel, they find that people are indeed different, but not in a way to their taste.
Fun Film. Thanks for the upload.
the main characters aren’t likable at all but that makes it better once they start getting the business
From bad FX to little wire dog cages (likely bought from walmart) This movie falls under the so bad it is almost good category.
i don’t like writing bad reviews, but this is one of the worst movies i’ve ever seen. it’s pretty much just a feature length PETA ad. i kept waiting for something to happen, but it never did. there wasn’t a climax to the film and when it ended, i actually said out loud, “that’s it?” seriously, don’t waste your time with this one. you can watch the exact same thing in a fraction of the time by going to PETA’s twitter and watching any of their fear mongering videos.
Movie doesn’t make a lot of sense, plenty of subplots running that never go anywhere, incoherent storyline, and really annoying sound design. I find myself having to adjust the volume non-stop throughout the entire move because either the conversation is inaudible, or the BG is blasting in my ears.
Fantastic camera work though.
While it’s got great potential, The Farm falls short in too many ways for it to be considered ‘good’. The concept is fantastic, though executed poorly. The main characters are forgettable with no real discerning attributes or backstory to justify caring about them. The one thing this movie has going for it is it’s cinematography. The long, no cut shot and the foreground/background play is great. It’s not a must see, but if you’re wanting a movie where there’s no real sense of dread, but with a lot of grotesque ideas that never come to a conclusion, this one is what you’re looking for. 4 out of 10 for me.
Not enough good kill and gore scenes. I give it a 2.
love vegan analogy in horror. this is how we treat livestock right now