100 Bloody Acres 2013 UNRATED CC

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100 Bloody Acres is an inspired horror-comedy about the Morgan brothers, Reg and Lindsay, who have bolstered their struggling organic fertilizer business by adding novel ingredients to their secret blend: human blood and bones.

Starring:
Oliver Ackland, Paul Blackwell
Runtime:
1 hour, 31 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Comedy, Horror
Director Cameron Cairnes, Colin Cairnes
Starring Oliver Ackland, Paul Blackwell
Supporting actors Ward Everaardt, Iain Herridge, Damon Herriman, John Jarratt, Jamie Kristian, Anna McGahan, Chrissie Page, Angus Sampson, Shane Darcy
Studio Music Box Films
MPAA rating Unrated
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 3-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Very gory, but fairly funny in parts.
Nancy Hotz
You must have to sign contracts or are offered discounts if you shoot out there and include sheds.
Micheal Hunt
Definitely one of the best horror-comedies I've seen in a long, long time.
turkeyshoot72

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mark Eremite VINE VOICE on October 6, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
The Morgan brothers run a blood and bone fertilizer business in the isolated backwoods of Australia. Not content with just using road kill to make their product, they begin relying on car crash victims found by the side of the road. When they cross paths with three kids on their way to get drugged up at a music festival, it becomes a struggle to see who will survive and if the Morgan brothers will be able to make a big shipment of "new blend" to one of their biggest clients.

The movie is pretty gory from the start, although I've seen worse. It bills itself as a gory comedy. It is funny in parts, but so much of the humor is mixed in with the character development that it gets a little tedious, especially when the film starts to spiral out of control and the script starts asking the audience to actually sympathize with any of the characters. Not a single one of them is likable, though. The three teens are composed of a girl who cheats on her incredibly whiny boyfriend with his best friend. The film wants you to root for the girl, but she's wishy-washy, self-righteous, and kinda dumb. Of the Morgan brothers, the youngest is poor Reggie. He seems to have a mental handicap and is constantly abused by his older brother, so the film also paints him as a sympathetic character. However, he's also the one who gets the idea at the start of the film to kidnap and kill the three teens.

The point being: if the film had decided to take a completely amoral stance and had sent the plot into a total splatter-fest, it might have risen above being just mediocre. The third act feels a lot like that's where it's headed, but at the last minute, the movie veers into sentimental schmaltz, and starts asking you to cheer for survivors, when the entire story has been leading up to a maximum body count.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By turkeyshoot72 on August 16, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
Lucky enough to see this during its limited theatrical run. Definitely one of the best horror-comedies I've seen in a long, long time. Great performances and lots of fun surprises including one of the funniest/most disturbing sex scenes you'll ever see... though potentially you'll be looking the other way trough some of it. Is it just me or are the Aussies a really sick and twisted bunch? Love the music too!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on July 6, 2013
Format: DVD
Sophie (Anna McGahan) along with her BF (Oliver Ackland) and Wesley (Jamie Kristian) a male rival are headed via the back roads to a music festival when their automobile breaks down. They get a ride from Reg Morgan (Damon Herriman) who is driving the company truck of Morgan Brother's "Blood and Bone" organic fertilizer. Not too hard to figure the rest out.

The film has some blood splatter scenes, but lacks the gore. This slasher film is in part dark comedy as Reg, is the younger partner brother who is insecure in what he does as well as being sexually repressed. While facing death, Sophie's boyfriend is more concerned about her infidelity, wanting to know the details of what she did, rather than being worried about the situation at hand.

The film is a good concept, but comes off as going through the motions. Okay as a rental.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, no sex or nudity. One scene of apparent self gratification.
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Awesome import from Australia! Only watched for the actor from the TV series Justified and the whole movie was a blast! First caught this on Netflix and Knew that I must add the blu ray to my collection. This is one dark, bloody horror/comedy film. It is extremely violent so its not for the easily offended by graphic violence. This ranks way up there on my list as one of the best dark comedy I have seen in years (What We Do in the Shadows from New Zealand comes a close second). If you like twisted humor with your blood, check out 100 Bloody Acres. Had me on the floor laughing (in a twisted way).
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Do you like films where apparently happy characters drive out to Australian hillbilly country, get stuck, then grab a lift with a hillbilly who happens to have a corpse in the back of his truck? Do you like "city slickers" being dangled by chains over industrial grade meat grinders? Do you like watching great hulking psychopaths named Linds with a big black beard and no mustache of soul patch?
Well if you do, you'll love 100 Bloody Acres.
Seriously, it's a really good film. But don't let that eclipse the real news: Popeye fans rejoice! We have found the new live action Blutto!!!! His name is Angus Sampson and he plays the aforementioned Linds. I'm not joking people. He is the "chosen one" of whom the Sea Hag spoke!
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