100 Bloody Acres
Directed by Cameron Cairnes, Colin Cairnes
While traveling through the Australian backcountry to a music festival, three friends are kidnapped by a pair of brothers who want to use their bodies as the secret ingredient in their special “organic” fertilizer. But though the city-folk-menaced-by-backwoods-crazies set-up may sounds familiar, this smart horror comedy turns that premise inside out, cleverly shifting audience sympathies back and forth between the victims and the killers. RogerEbert.com’s Matt Zoller Seitz called the Cairnes brothers’ debut, “the best low-budget horror comedy since SHAUN OF THE DEAD.”
In this Aussie horror comedy, three friends are kidnapped by brothers who want to turn them into fertilizer.
Cast: Damon Herriman, Angus Sampson, Anna McGahan
WELL WELL WELL ...LMFAO.......AGAIN,,,,,,,Right OH what a delightful movie i must say , those AUSIES sure no how to make a movie,,But did anyone recognise that COP ???? , If you have seen the movies WOLF CREEK then you have seen him before,, Anyways my hand goes out to the DOG,,,, and its a must see,, i say ,, time for a walk about ,,
I really enjoyed this movie and I would highly recommend it, if you dark comedy/horror.
I was entertained. Recommended to fans of "Justified". Does not compare well to "Tucker & Dale" so try to steer your expectations away from that film. Performances were good, technical details well-handled (gore effects were convincing!) Script kept things moving briskly, and the direction was neither too silly nor too grim.
Ok til the ending
Meh held my interest I guess