Hillbilly Horror Show is a feature-length anthology of short horror films created by up-and-coming filmmakers and hosted by a trio of fun loving and beer-guzzling hillbillies. Volume 4 includes Strange Thing, 'Til Death, Foodie, and Hourglass Figure.
Excellent. Hillbilly is so popular today. The hosts are redneck hillbillies who feature short horror tales which are anything but hillbilly. "Why anythang deep fried is gunna be tasty, don't matter if its a cows spincture to a rats eye socket, deep fried makes all good".
This flick has no deeper hidden meanings. No roots in classic history, literature, or anything else. The only conclusion I drew after watching it was that it entertained me. That's all I expected and it delivered. Obviously done by fledgling production companies on shoestring budgets, the individual stories had decent (in a twisted sort of way) stories and surprisingly good production values. Taken at face value as a movie without pretense with the only goal to be good enough that you wouldn't turn it off after the first five minutes, this flick delivered in spades.
This show was really unique and entertaining! A one of a kind take on goofy horror flicks. The stories are really twisted and original. The one about the wives was my favorite. Highly Recommended to all horror fans!
I have always loved Hillbilly Horror Show since the very first one I got to watch. The cast is amazing, it is always exciting to hear what they may come up with next. I was especially excited to find out I could watch it on Prime, I'm hooked and have added it to my watch list. Can't wait for the next one to be released! Youn's Rock
Much better than I thought it was going to be. The Hillbilly parts were pretty unfunny and I get that the racist jokes they told were probably meant to mock "MERICKANS" but they were really uncreative. The shorts themselves were obviously the stars of the show and a couple of them were quite good while I felt the first one was out of place. I'd definitely watch more of these. Not as professional as The ABC's of Death or V/H/S, but still entertaining.