|Formats:||18 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Jo Hartley, Seamus O'Neill, James Doherty, James Burrows, Neil Leiper, Chris Waller, Nadine Rose Milkerrin, Terry Haywood, Damien Lloyd-Davies, Derek Melling, James Doherty|
|Studio:||ANCHOR BAY HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||15 Oct 2012|
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The Yorkshire Muck-Spreader MassacreBy Lugodoc (117 reviews) from Portsmouth, UK , 25 Nov 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]Okay, so its a typical gang-of-obnoxious-teens-marrooned-in-the-wilds-thr eatened-by-inbred-hillbilly-torturers movie, only set in Yorkshire. It's as well nasty as all the American movies it mocks but a lot funnier, with gore effects that are disturbingly perfect. How do they do that? Gotta be good prosthetics matched with very carefully done CGI. Somebody lavished a great deal of love on this sickness. They were probably from Yorkshire.
I live in Yorkshire and honestly, we're not this bad. Honestly. Although I have been in pubs like that.
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Sick - look out for Ee by gum song on YoutubeBy Lecter (36 reviews) from Darlington , 24 Mar 2013This sick budget Brit horror proved to stomach turning for the wife. Black humour and an almost addictive video of the Ee by gum song on Youtube by the cast of the film. That did make me laugh.
daft horror quite funnyBy sarajayne28 (2 reviews) , 18 Mar 2013not the best film but is quite funny in a sick and silly way. worth watching but wouldnt have this for a horror film night .
I've been hereBy Wez (7 reviews) from Lutterworth , 06 Mar 2013Another British film trying to the on the bandwagon of blood and guts but this one is actually quick enjoyable. I wouldn't say good but enjoyable. I spent half the time trying to work out which previous films/tv series the actors had been in. Too much shouting and bad acting from some characters but believable story reminds me of the local shop for local people mentality of Royston Vasey. Good gore and special effects.
I`m staying south of Watford!By tiberious (11 reviews) from Guildford , 24 Feb 2013great fun - much of it makes no sense, but doesn`t detract from what is a blood soaked romp in the same vein as '2000 maniacs'
British gore-fest at its best!By Bobr (8 reviews) , 21 Feb 2013Take some nice Yorkshire scenery, add in a bit of 'Deliverance' and 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre', add a pinch or two of other various hack 'n' slash movies, mix well and you have 'Inbred'. If you like plenty of blood and gore this film is probably for you. If you don't then give it a miss - the gore is very realistic and some scenes disturbing. A brilliant horror/comedy which took a while to get going but it was well worth the wait. 10/10.