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In all honesty, i feel this film has been swept up into a bit of a shit show that wasnt its making. The film is decent, with believeable young actors, some decent tension, and a very over played but reasonably accurate depiction of people from the north (from what i remeber from my last trip)
Ee by gum, the good folk of Yorkshire have been over exaggerated beyond believability here, which would be fine if this was supposed to be a comedy horror, but it's not quite obvious whether it is or not. The pub name in this movie provides a chuckle though. As a low budget situational horror it is passable and clearly influenced by others in this genre.
This movie got a few laughs out of me and kept me watching, but it's one of those where the people trying to get away are annoyingly stupid. The inbred's are far more intelligent than the people that they are after and the ending becomes obvious early on.
A group of young offenders and care workers go on a weekend away in a remote Yorkshire village for community service and once they meet the locals all hell breaks loose. A very black, bleak and overly gory English horror that has not much going for it in the way of character likability but definitely has some good effects and interesting methods of murder, to which the camera never shies away from, you see everything happen on screen and it is quite wince inducing. A jet black sense of humour and the director has a good eye to detail even if the story telling is lame and unoriginal. For gore hounds.
Le jeune cinema anglais se plait a se reapproprier les classiques du cinema d'horreur americain avec souvent un certain brio. Ici on aurait une sorte de pendant a 2000 maniacs! avec ses bouseux degeneres qui reglent leurs comptes avec les impudents de la city, le tout matine d'humour british. Si le film n'evite pas les boulettes scenaristiques, les contre pieds gonfles avec le genre, la folie radicale ambiante et le gore debride permettent a Inbred de se singulariser du reste de la production actuelle assez tiede.