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Inbred (2012) Rating:
- Dylan = 5 / 10;
- Eloise = 6 / 10;
- Raoul = 7.5 / 10;
- IMDB = 5.2/10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 3/10.
Inbred (2012) Synopsis:
A group of difficulties kids and their educators go spend the weekend in a remote village’s cottage. What they find there is not exactly the peaceful countryside they expected but strange retarded inhabitants.
Inbred (2012) Review:
A movie fundamentally wrong, but that is actually pretty good!
Ethically, it is really ugly! All the worst cliché about countryside people are gathered here, along with some more that you couldn’t even imagine. It basically depicts farmers as deformed inbred that are congenitally ugly, filled with disease, and all zoophilic. Now, for those that can make abstraction of this, it is actually a very entertaining movie.
It is a grotesque and gore comedy more than a stressful flick, even if it can get quite tense at times. The movie is extremely disgusting, not only in a gore way but also in a zoo/scatophilic way! The show that the villagers put off is one of the sickest things you’ll ever see. Those who like extreme movies should thereby enjoy that part. This a good point!
The bad point is the multiple stupid reactions of the main characters: they open their mouth when people try to stick things in it, it takes them ages to figure out that they can use the car to flee and run over people, etc.
Apart from that, Inbreed is a fun and entertaining experience. I found myself laughing out loud watching stupid people blowing up and getting torn apart.
If you can laugh at everything, you’ll probably enjoy that one!
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