Bickering brothers David (Andy Serkis) and Peter (Reece Shearsmith) kidnap Tracey (Jennifer Ellison) in a desperate moneymaking scheme and hide out in a remote cottage from her ganglord father. However, feisty Tracey turns the tables on her bungling captors and escapes into the woods with peter as her hostage. Only this land belongs to a maniacal farmer and he doesn't like trespassers... Cue a grotesquely comic battle for survival- who will survive and what will be left of them?
The song that plays over the end titles is called "Kill Kill Kill" - and that gives you a good overview of what this film is about. It's a low budget British 'comedy horror' film directed by Paul Andrew Williams, who directed the very good (if somewhat grim) 'London To Brighton'.
The storyline goes like this: bungling kidnappers hole up in a remote cottage with their shrewish, foul-mouthed blonde victim. Her father sends two Korean hard men to the rescue, but they meet a sticky end. Murderous disfigured farmer from next door then proceeds to slaughter everybody - and I do mean everybody. There's also a final scene after the end credits.
Yes, I really do mean slaughter - violently, with assorted weapons, much gushing of blood, dismemberment, adding to an extensive collection of trophy body parts etc. Rather good if you like that sort of thing :)
There's far too much f-ing and blinding for my taste, but the film did make me smile in several places and the director pays homage to many other horror / thriller films - see how many you can spot. One that I'd not seen done before is a small tribute to 'Predator' as the maniacal killer removes spinal cord + head from one unfortunate victim - that should give you some idea of the shlock you'll see here.
The lead characters are played by Andy Serkis (perhaps best known for his Gollum), Reece Shearsmith (perhaps best known for 'League Of Gentlemen') and Jennifer Ellison (perhaps best known for her boobs, scouse accent and 'Brookside'). The film reminded me of 'Severance' - unfortunately it isn't as funny but does have the advantage of not having the tiresome Danny Dyer in the cast, but that minor advantage is lost by having other tiresome characters.
Because it made me smile I'll give it 3/5 stars - just don't watch it with your granny 'cos she probably won't appreciate the language and gore :)