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Critic Reviews for Inbred
Patience-sappingly foul British horror film in which a brood of ravening yokels torment inner-city teens on a weekend retreat.
Director Alex Chandon clearly has no truck with the PC-brigade with this gorily offensive horror that revels in a mean streak as wide as the Humber yet is lifted by a sense of humour as keen as a Sheffield blade.
Daft, disturbing and defective but thankfully, it doesn't take itself too seriously.
Beginning with an Emily Booth cameo and heading swiftly downhill from there ...
Audience Reviews for Inbred
A British blend of horror and comedy, Inbred tries to intervene in the backwoods horror genre in an original way but doesn't quite succeed. Twisted, brutal, and creepy in parts, Inbred is partly hindered by the fact that its gore effects are too fake looking--they generally look like SyFy Channel CG instead of ever looking real. Furthermore, Inbred's attempts at comedy always fall flat. Still, there is plenty of brutality and gore for fans that don't mind cheesy effects...
Great special effects 99% practical to no CGI crap. Gore hounds will love it for the F/X , story wise just suspend your disbelief and have fun with it. Couple of just absurd moments that had me rolling , good silly fun.
A gorier, less entertaining version of Royston Vasey.
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