100 Bloody Acres

100 Bloody Acres

Reg and Lindsay run an organic fertiliser business. They need a fresh supply of their "secret ingredient" to process through the meat grinder. Reg comes across two guys and a girl with a broken-down vehicle on their way to a music festival.

Reg and Lindsay run a small business that uses human blood and bone to produce fertiliser. It's been three months since their last victim and they need another corpse. On the road delivering a body to their plant, Reg meets and falls in love with Sophie, who goes together with her friends Wes and James to a festival. After the three discover his guilty secret, will they confess their crime or will they kill them all to keep their secret? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


100 Bloody Acres torrent reviews

Mark K (kr) wrote: At least it was better than MacGruber..................

Jacqueline F (ru) wrote: Bottom line is .... RUBBISH. Not even worth thinking up words to write a review for it

xGary X (kr) wrote: Fearless is based on the life of Huo Yuanjia, a martial artist who became the figurehead of Chinese national pride at the turn of the century. The format is all very familiar; a famous fighter becomes drunk on his own success until his arrogance results in tragedy leading to his downfall. He learns what is important in life and overcomes adversity to fight a final battle to restore the pride of his country. Yes, Rocky, The Karate Kid and a hundred others have followed this formula, but the fact that this is in fact based on a true story gives it much greater credibility. I would also have to say that, although I may be biased, the way the Chinese approach the subject matter is something akin to comparing a piece of artful, moving poetry to Hollywood's ham-fisted and tacky greetings card rhyme. Full of the kind of beautiful imagery you'd expect from a nouveau martial arts film and typical of the kind of superb action sequences you'd expect from Jet Li and Yuen Wo Ping (fight choreographer for The Matrix amongst others) it's yet another example of Asian cinema at it's finest.Addendum: I would have to recommend the Blu Ray edition of this film as not only does it look fantastic, but the director's cut restores 40 minutes of material cut from the centre section which although virtually action free, forms the heart and soul of the story.

Ryan H (mx) wrote: Jason Goes to Hell adds an interesting premise to a tired franchise, and partially revives said franchise by somewhat delivering on that premise. The film as a whole isn't great, but the kills are gruesome and the finale and ending are reasonably well done.

Nikki J (es) wrote: One of the funniest and most original scripts, Death at a Funeral corrals some of Britain's greatest in a room to romp. Even in the most ridiculous of scenarios it comes out clean and well recommended.