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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Surprisingly Enjoyable May 29 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I am surprised to admit that I, for the most part, highly enjoyed this film. In short, a group of college kids decide to investigate rumors of a strange community within a disconnected (from the real world) farm community, only to find the rumors are very true. While the essential premise has been repeated at nauseam in many other movies, this one was executed pretty well, well enough to certainly justify a rental. The scenes leading up to the actual on-screen action (necessitated by the horror elements) do a great job of building tension and setting an ominous mood. The actual action-horror scenes are very good too; they slowly introduce and reveal the monster characters with a strong visual impact and do not overdo it. Far too many mutant/monster movies grossly overdo the monster to the point of annoying absurdity, not so here. My primary complaint is the awful Indian guy. The cast is primarily 4 college kids, 3 of which mesh well together and have generally good on-screen chemistry. Not so for the Indian kid. His acting skills are on par with that of a rock, and he certainly breathes the same level of life into his character, a completely boring, empty, flat guy whose jokes and pitiful attempts at acting like a cool american kid are shamelessly artificial. That notwithstanding, the movie overcomes this awful casting decision and provides a highly enjoyable movie that does not overdo the gore.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Freaks and Geeks July 9 2011
By Dayna Newman/Slasher Diva - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I caught this on The Movie Channel's Splatterday on Demand.
I thought it was pretty good,the makeup effects were really trippy and well done as was the story itself.
Yes it was one of the 20 somethings on a road trip that wander into a town full of freak flicks and I love these kind of movies.

The acting was pretty good save a bad accent here and there.There were some genuinely creepy moments and a few gory scenes,not an abundance of gore but enough to satisfy.There were freaks galore,some of the side show variety and some that were even freakier than that.I liked how they gradually introduced you to the different levels of freaks/deformity's and didn't just hit you over the head with it from the start.

I also liked that they didn't beat you over the head with the creature effects but let you see enough to quench your curiosity.If I had a major criticism it would be that many of the night shots were hard to see and I really wanted to see all of it clearly.
if it ever got a Blu ray release I would scoop it up because that would make for much better viewing.The ending was somewhat predictable but still effective and fitting.

Don't pay any attention to the really bad reviews because this movie is way better than allot of the stuff that is straight to Dvd.I was always fascinated with freak shows so this may have played a part in why I liked it so much.I say check it out.A quick update on this review..I saw it in HD and you really saw so much more in the night shots than you did in SD..
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
COMMON PLOT June 19 2010
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
We have all seen horror movies of similar plots from Texas Chainsaw to 2001 Maniacs. This one was done better than most. First I would like to give kudos to Scott Rockenfield who provided us with an exceptionally great and original soundtrack of both rock and blues.

I would also say that the supporting cast outside of the 4 main characters did an excellent job, especially the guy with the twitch. Now as for the plot...Could we leave out the "we didn't pack a spare tire for the beer cooler" routine? It doesn't work. Instead make the spare tire flat. It accomplishes the same thing without making everyone look stupid.

So how is it the gas station run by a blind guy had the exact same tire and rim, already inflated and balanced sitting out behind country service station? The slasher part needed to be better. A little Rob Zombie type action would have fit in at this point. From here the movie goes from 4-5 stars to 2 stars, just above an Asylum movie.
waste of my time Dec 6 2012
By B. E Jackson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Albino Farm is exactly the reason horror movies aren't as fun to watch today as they used to be- these days -more often than not- it's always about a group of teens driving to some deserted location in the hopes of finding out about a legend, only to get attacked and horrified in some way after a thorough investigation.

This movie has flaws out the wazoo. For one thing the first half of the film is devoted NOT to building a dramatic, suspenseful theme, but teens walking or driving around doing virtually nothing constructive. Case in point, these teens drive through the town, see a person scooping a dead animal off the streets before running off to the woods. Seems enticing, but... that's the last interesting thing that happens for a while.

Instead the teens realize they have a flat tire and need to visit a nearby garage for a tire change. The guy at the tire shop? You may have guessed it- he has a spooky voice and looks scruffy and somewhat scary but... he's the one filling in the teens with information about the farm they're seeking. Predictable direction and execution. Later, the teens meet a crazy religious guy that utters nonsense and makes the teens somewhat annoyed and frightened once again (and for anyone who's seen more than 50 horror movies, stumbling upon a weirdo is one of the most predictable cliches ever) and when they arrive in town they come upon a child who's never as creepy as you're hoping for (sorry but it's true) and an old lady who's reluctant to speak about the actual Albino Farm when confronted.

When the teens finally make the trip to the farm and discover the disfigured people are all too real, it never improves even though the overlong, dreaded wait you have to sit through for 40 minutes most certainly *should* lead to something that qualifies as an improvement. So you have a pointless first half of a film and... a pointless second half making for a pointless movie overall.

The actual albino people are never terrifying. In fact they're never even utilized in a terrifying way because it's all about quirky camera movements making it clear that an attack is happening (due to the teens screaming for their lives) but never showing you anything. I'm not even sure if these monsters are albino- they're definitely generic and boring though.

If my words aren't clear enough, trust me, it's a VERY cliched film.

I was hoping the twist would be every single teen dies and the bad guys win but... nope. I was also hoping -being a WWE fan- that Chris Jericho would save the day in some way. Instead, he stars as a laidback party-type that does nothing but sits around and acts like a bum by criticizing the insistent teens who are eager to visit the farm. Bad movie.
One From The Heart Sept. 17 2014
By Binky Chottorrhœhia - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is a deeply spiritual movie about a sweet young girl, Stacey (played by the redoubtable Tammin Sursok) who comes of age after visiting a quiet, retiring hamlet called Shiloh along with her friends. After being guided to a quaint off-road attraction called they Albino Farm by a group of charming youngfolk, Stacey begins learning a lot about herself. She gains confidence, resilience, and courage. And, after ripping her arm apart from that of her friend Sanj (the two arms have been sewn together by a pack of slobbering, hideously disfigured freaks, one with no jaw, just a tongue that slithers out from the nauseating cavity beneath his nose) she discovers her own inner potential when she is forced to slaughter a swine -faced woman (Bianca Allaine Barnett)—affectionately referred to by the beautiful Melody (Alicia Lagano) as "Pig Bitch"—with a meat hook. After a moment of quiet reflection as she runs full bore, panting and bleeding through a field of tall grass on a late summer night, Stacey decides to seek religion in the form of an age-old sacrificial death cult of sociopathic freaks of nature led by a mad albino who believes that sadistic perversity is synonymous with salvation. What a sweet, heartwarming movie. A must see!


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