A handful of rather bizarre DVD re-releases are on tap this week for some reason including Evil Remains, Shallow Ground, and Satan's Little Helper; but at least they're accompanied by several new films, a box set of the entire Friday the 13th: The Series, a twin-pack of Carnival of Souls in both color and black & white, and Shaun of the Dead and Godzilla on Blu-ray!
And it also lacks a few other things too ... like good artwork and, according to our Albino Farm review, Albinos! What a world. WHAT A WORLD!
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Tammin Sursok, Chris Jericho, Richard Christy, Duane Whitaker Directed by Joe Anderson and Sean McEwen
WWE fans looking forward to seeing Chris Jericho lay the smackdown on some nasty misshapen monsters needn't wait much longer because his latest film, Albino Farm, is just around the corner!
More kids head out into the woods to become meat for the beasts in Sean McEwen's latest chiller Albino Farm, and to celebrate, the film has a new website and trailer!
Been a while since we’ve heard anything about Albino Farm, the Missouri-set kids vs. backwoods mutants film we last discussed back here. While personally and professionally I’m sick of movies about backwoods mutations already, something about this entry into the sub-genre appeals to me.
"Albino Farm" is said to have been an abandoned farm tucked away deep in the hills of the Ozark Mountains where it was used in the late 19th century as an internment camp for people deemed undesirable due to their physical and genetic deformities. Ignorance, isolationist beliefs, and good ol' religious intolerance supposedly led many folks in the Southwest Missouri region at the time to lock these physically abnormal people up to fend for themselves.