Wednesday, August 1, 2012

INBRED (2011) movie review

Inbred (2011) d. Chandron, Alex (UK)

A community service outing for juvenile delinquents takes a motley urban band into the back fields of jolly olde England, where they are soon set upon by an uglier, motlier band of locals armed with chainsaws and sharp implements. Pure and simple high energy gory glory, unfettered by pretentions or underlying social commentary, Chandron and his able band of cohorts have nothing on their mind but showering his assembled ensemble with as much of the red stuff in the most mind-shattering, lunch-buckling cinematic manner possible. Mission accomplished, good sir.

A ribald and raucous bit of good-natured foulness, gleefully reprehensible with no redeeming social value whatsoever. Gorehounds, rejoice!

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