Mickey and Juliet, a young couple on the run from a vicious gang of drug dealers arrive at a deserted farm in the Irish countryside near Cork, aiming to flee to France the following day. THE FARM is inhabited by only one man, a 20 year old named John. John is cripplingly shy, but seems to be fascinated by Juliet, who also seems quite taken by him. As Juliet and John forge more and more of a bond, Mickey, fearing that the criminal gang will pounce on him at any moment, and also that John will turn him over to the police, becomes more and more paranoid. As he and Juliet prepare to leave the farm the next morning, Mickey resolves to kill John spurring an abrupt turn, and a deadly love triangle- involving tears, poisoning, torture and skinned lambs. It is a triangle from which no one will escape alive!
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After a messy incident where several men are killed, Mickey (Jack Lowe) winds up with a bag of cash. He and his girlfriend Julia (Louise Cardigan) head out on the road in the dreary Irish countryside. Seeking shelter for the night, they are taken in at an isolated residence by a man named John (Cathal Reilly). Matters take a dark turn, and the couple find themselves being held prisoner, facing an unknown fate.
The pet project of writer/director/producer Daire McNab, The Farm has an anemic story, less than competent acting, and poor technical execution that is often a distraction. Despite some situations with some potential, attempts to create suspense and fear aren't very successful, and this 1.5 star effort will probably fail to satisfy most discriminating horror fans.