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Farm 2011

NR CC
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In this apocalyptic thriller, two brothers live a secluded life on their farm. But the deadly secret they have tended as conscientiously as their land will soon reap a deadly nightmare

Starring:
Michael Hotop, Ashley Salazar
Runtime:
1 hour, 12 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Director Hank Bausch, Andrew M. Jackson
Starring Michael Hotop, Ashley Salazar
Supporting actors Freddie Meyer
Studio CreateSpace
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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This movie was rated high in other places, but it is definitely a one star movie. The kind of low budget movie that you don't want to show at a "bad movie" party. I won't event touch how bad the script was because after the first 3 minutes, it's a given that the entire plot makes no sense.

The acting was really bad. There were three vocal ranges from everyone...indifference, bored robot and reading an excerpt from a book in front of your 6th grade classmates. I will say I understand why there weren't a lot of zombies even being shown, because the make up artist did a horrible horrible job. Not only on the brother, but on the zombies too. Sarah, Charlie, Sarah, Charlie over and over again throughout the movie.

NOW you need water? What did you do for the first year? What's with the dog killing, what are you saving that blood for, why is now a great time to leave, what's with the chickens, who's playing that piano music and can we pay them to stop?

Kudos for the small touches like putting a bunch of dried dead grass under the handle of the car door so we could really feel that a lot of time had passed (hopefully my sarcasm here translates) but never boarding up a window.

Booooo
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This is one of those movies where the characters repeatedly use each other's names in the dialogue. By the time this is over you won't be able to forget Sarah and Charlie. Not their characters, but their names. To paraphrase what passed for dialogue: "Sarah, grab the gun." "But Charlie . . " "Sarah - the gun!" "OK Charlie". "Come on Sarah." And the zombies all have the same limp.
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To say the "actors" in this film can't act isn't entirely true. There is a believable performance by a black lab in one scene. Everything else plays like a first reading of a student written script in a high school drama class. The chick who plays Sarah may be the worst actress I have ever seen in my life.
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Normally when watching a "Zombie" movie I don't expect to be turned into one of them. However between the bad acting, the terrible script, the oh so slow pace and the almost endless piano music in the background I am now officially a zombie! This movie is so bad I'm not sure where to begin. Perhaps the ending would be a good place to start because I fast forwarded to the end and it's just as bad as the rest of this movie. Honestly it's not just the acting or the plot if that's what you want to call it that makes this movie unwatchable it's the piano music. It almost never stops throughout the entire movie. The piano music is so maddening I'm listening to my own music now just to try and get this piano music out of my head! I don't mind piano music actually I like it but not when it sounds as if the piano is being played by a cat running across the keys.I fast forwarded six times to get through this thing, I didn't miss much because there is nothing worth missing. I have feeling whoever dreamed up this movie was also the same person playing the piano (unless it really was a cat) and trust me they stink at both!
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OMG. I know what made the zombies! That new age piano music throughout the whole movie turned them into zombies and if you watch it for too long, you just might be lulled into a zombie state. I'm watching it in the background but it's not even good for that. After 26 minutes. I'm turning if off. Next?
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Yikes, this was bad. Some of the worst acting on Amazon, Netflix or Hulu. Perhaps it was the director's fault, maybe he told everyone to portray their characters as robotic, lifeless flat-liners. The worst was the male lead. Now I don't think it was entirely his fault but his character was just a doom and gloom, uber-negative personality. I think he was trying to be dark and enigmatic, but he became just the kind of-wet blanket person who could have bummed-out the crowd dancing in the streets of London after the Nazi surrender. Sets the mood for the whole film. Bad thing that he didn't die in the end which leaves open the most terrifying part of all - a sequel!
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As the other reviewers have written, this is really a low cost movie. A single piano provides the background music throughout most of the movie, and in many ways, the piano was the best character in the show. When the piano went to a crescendo, the "undead" were coming up the hill and everyone was in danger. When the music went down to a diminuendo, the scenes were often the flashbacks to the happy memories of the family.
Unlike, say "World War Z", the special effects budget in this movie was almost nil. There were nice shots of the farm and the country side, but no cars crashing into each other or bombs blowing up.... The make-up attempts were limited to a few characters to show the effects of the disease, which is not really explained. It was enough that everyone was sick, except on the "FARM".
Turn the volume up and enjoy the piano playing.
By the way, is it a rule that the zombies walk with their heads bent down on their LEFT shoulder. Why is it always left?? In this movies and many others??
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I couldn't get past the first 10 minutes or so. The sound is atrocious. The breakfast scene was just forks scraping on plates. The piano music is trying to be like the music in the Resident Evil games, but it is just plain annoying. The acting is awful. I ended up turning off the movie and watching an old episode of Game of Thrones that I've already seen six times.
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