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Alex Chandon's Inbred out now on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK Print E-mail
Written by Jay Creepy   
Tuesday, 16 October 2012

 Alex Chandon's Inbred on Severed Cinema

"Inbred," the latest film by UK low budget icon Alex Chandon has just been released on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK.  It's his first official film since 2001's "Cradle of Fear" which was a short story compilation featuring Dani (Cradle of Filth) Filth as the bridge.  Alex started his career back in the early nineties with such penniless, but impressive sicko flicks like "Drillbit" and "Bad Karma."  These films were well received at the time in the UK horror press, but due to funding, his output is far between (a little like a British answer to Jim Van Bebber).  "Inbred" is his first major release and hopefully this means many more to come. The story is as follows:

When a group of group of young urban offenders and their care workers embark on a community service weekend in the strange, remote Yorkshire village of Mortlake, which prides on keeping itself to itself. Visiting the local pub the 'Dirty Hole' which serves suspiciously hairy pork scratchings, they quickly realise they've made the wrong holiday choice. When an incident with some local inbred youths rapidly escalates into a blood-soaked, deliriously warped nightmare, it's not a case of who will survive, but what will be left of them. (taken from the official website)

Yeah it all sounds like it's been done before around the world and perhaps done better.  However, Alex is in a zone by himself and he never runs out of demented blood soaked ideas.  The film stars Jo Hartley who has starred in "Dead Man's Shoes" and "This Is England" '88 (the TV series), Seamus O' Neil who had a brief role in long running UK soap "Coronation Street" and played ill fated Big Al in "Dead Man's Shoes" (he's had a career spanning three decades) and a few ex soap folks and unknowns.  "Inbred" has been well reviewed on the indie film circuit and will hopefully take the UK horror scene further and further into sickness

Alex Chandon's Inbred on Severed Cinema

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