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  • Actors: Jo Hartley, Seamus O'Neill
  • Directors: Alex Chandon
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Xlrator
  • DVD Release Date: September 24, 2013
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AKIP9XA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,888 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Four young urban offenders and their care workers embark on a community service weekend in the strange, remote Yorkshire village of Mortlake, which is proud to keep itself to itself. Visiting the local pub, The Dirty Hole which serves home-made (and suspiciously hairy) pork scratchings, they quickly realize they ve made the wrong holiday choice. A minor incident with some local inbred youths rapidly escalates into a blood-soaked, deliriously warped nightmare for all involved and its just a case of who will survive, and what will be left of them?

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There are very good special FX.
Charlie Buck
Of course it's a B movie, but I don't even know if I would rate it as good as a B movie.
Claudia Horton
Inbred certainly is not the worst movie ever, but it's not that great either.
J ORTIZ

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Shawn Keller on July 23, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
If you are a true horror fan, this film is a must see. I have always been drawn to horror films from across the pond. Eerie little town,feeling of hopelessness,freaky locals who stick together. This film has it all..good acting,gore,and just plain bizarre scenes. You will see a gas pump used in a way that celebrates everything the horror genre is about. Just watch it. You won't be sorry.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Dooley TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 6, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
This little scorcher of a film is set in Yorkshire. It is about four young offenders who are being taken on a weekend with two care workers to learn a bit about how others live. Jeff (James Doherty `In The Loop'), is the square one who wants rules and boundaries to keep the kids in check and Kate (Jo Hartley - `The Young Victoria') is the one who gets down with the homies type.

Well they arrive at their destination which is a dilapidated ex farm type place and get down to lots of swearing, complaining and `attitude' especially Dwight, who is a real pain. As a reward for cleaning up the dump, they get taken to the local pub, `The Dirty Hole'. This is full of locals who are quite clearly dentist dodgers and the Landlord Jim doesn't do food but does do home made pork scratching - the hairy sort. Next day they sally forth to do some reclamation work at a train graveyard and soon the locals are on the scene and things get out of hand pretty quick.

This is just excellent, I actually expected nothing, but this is like an extreme version of `The League of Gentleman', it says in the opening credits who designed `Blood and Gore Effects', so you pretty much know what was coming. But and there is a great big but here, they are incidental to the whole thing rather than being the raison d'être . The humour is dark in a depraved way, the grotesquery of characters are all just brilliant and it is genuinely scary in a kind of freak you out way, rather than relying on sudden `frights'. We even have a house band at the pub and a full on banjo player, with a rather well penned ditty that gives some indication as to the welcome `outsiders' will receive. Add to this the fact that the characters all get a chance to shine and you have close to a perfect horror flick.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on September 29, 2013
Format: DVD
Katie (Jo Hartley) and Jeff (James Doherty) are two social workers who take four troubled teens to a remote cottage in a remote village for...I am not sure what, but they are there. The townsfolk all seem to have the same bad teeth and large ears. After a run in, our heroes become the main attraction in a theater one might see in "Blood Sucking Freaks" complete with a bare bottomed organ player right out of Monty Python.

The theater aspect, which was by far the highlight of the film, needed a third act. There was significant internal conflict within the teen group which served more as a distraction. Instead they should have used this as an opportunity to develop dark humor. The film is also sold as a comedy, but the humor was more in their outfits. The production certainly has the potential to achieve cult status as it has all the qualifications, but for me it fell short. Personally I prefer "House of a 1,000 Corpses" or "10,000 Maniacs" or "Blood Sucking Freaks" for this type of cult genre.

Recommend as a strong cult rental. My local Walmart $9.96

Parental Guide: Frequent F-bombs, attempted rape, sex play, male rear nudity.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J ORTIZ on April 19, 2014
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Inbred certainly is not the worst movie ever, but it's not that great either.

A husband & wife and 4 troubled teens take a vacation in the countryside and run into some problems with the locals.

The movie certainly could have been a lot better. Unfortunately, Inbred was seemingly made just for shock value. If you're into films like Rest Stop, Captivity, and The Collector, you may enjoy this film. Otherwise, stay clear.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Claudia Horton on April 11, 2014
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This movie was alright. It was watchable but there is not very much more I can say about this movie. I did finish the movie but that is it. If I had known ahead of time what I know now there is no way I would have purchased this movie. There is nothing that stands out or makes this movie different from any other in it's category. Of course it's a B movie, but I don't even know if I would rate it as good as a B movie.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Charlie Buck on March 7, 2013
Format: DVD
Too bad this dvd doesnt come in region 0 or 1 because I would definately add it to my collection. The movie starts off a little slow but when it hits its a creepy, crazy, mean spirited, funny, disgusting, gory good time. There are very good special FX.
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There's a line in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert that goes something like: "I don't know if the ugly fence of suburbia is there to keep us out or to keep them in."
For anyone who thinks torture porn is associated with some sort of imbecility, that it is mutually exclusive with a finely orchestrated plot and a thought provoking use of thematics, this movie will make you think again, if you are able to think at all.
Here come the spoilers.
The very first scene is put there quite deliberately as a litmus test, even as a sort of courtesy. Anybody who hasn't already got the picture that this is not a film for the weak stomached will know soon enough: a posh couple enjoying some lemonade are axed in cold blood by a thirsty workingman. Not only does this indicate that the movie is going to bloody as all get up, it tells us that it's going to dig right in with a pointed metal hook at the exposed nerve that is the class situation of England.
The scene we've witnessed is part of a film within a film, a gruesome dark comedy that inspires raucous laughter from some troubled city kids being taken by their social workers on a field trip to a rural, run down old Yorkshire mining town to experience a "different way of life." Presumably one more purifying and wholesome than the sort of urban cess pool that we assume these kids have grown up in.
The social workers are Jeff, the one focused on fruitlessly teaching the kids all those pointless rules of good suburban life that not even good suburbanites follow, but which we still somehow feel obliged to foist upon our children generation after generation. And his colleague is Kate, a much more down-to-earth pragmatist, able to see things from the kids' point of view.
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