Anchor Bay Entertainment UK will release on Blu-ray Alex Chandon's horror film Inbred (2011), starring Jo Hartley, Seamus O'Neill and James Doherty. The release will be available for purchase online and in shops across the United Kingdom on October 8th.
Currently, there are no special features listed for this upcoming release.
British horror in which a group of young offenders and their carers come to regret the decision to spend a weekend in rural Yorkshire. Kate (Hartley) and Jeff (Doherty), the leaders of the offenders, pick the village of Mortlake as their destination precisely for its reputation as a quiet, self-contained centre of rusticity. However, when the group enter the uniquely hostile environment of the local pub, The Dirty Hole, run by landlord Jim (O'Neill), they realise that appearances can be deceptive. After a series of escalating encounters with the locals, the urbanites find themselves well and truly out of their comfort zone when things turn nasty...
Update: Special features have been added up.
Director's Diary - Handheld video footage of the production before and during the shoot, all recorded by director Alex Chandon. Including behind the scenes footage and chats between Chandon and cast and crew members.
Making of Inbred - Pre-Production footage, Casting footage, behind the scenes footage, the making of prosthetics and behind the scenes of some of the more violent moments.
Michael's Clips - Clips from Michael Sanderson's own footage. Michael owns Skipton Grange where the majority of the film was shot and worked on set construction and carpentry.
Neil's Highlights - Neil is a collaborator with Alex Chandon and made a "making of" doco during shooting. This insightful film contains on set interviews.
Was quite disappointed by this movie, acting wasn't good, story wasn't original and I actually fell asleep a couple of times. This was the fourth movie in a row at a Halloween showing, so falling asleep isn't saying too much.