Starring: Tammin Sursok, Chris Jericho and Richard Christy
And to think I've seen all the abysmal deformations my slasher collection can throw at me.
If I could point out any flaws, it's probably the movie's lack of that much slasher action due to very little number of victims running around; it wasn't too long before we're just down to two or one leads, neither are that root-worthy as the previous victims are also killed off way too soon and the murders are a bit on the uninspired side, but at least the villains committing them made it worthwhile to look at.
It's cliched and overdone, but it could have been worse. Albino Farm's that one title in the bunch that's worth a rent or two in those boring nights. Fans of mutant inbreds will love the deformed devils in this title, and too those who's open to look into little unknowns like this once in a while.
2 boys killed
1 male had his face mutilated with hook, killed
1 female had her arms and neck broken
1 female had her neck slashed with hook
1 male injured in fall, later incinerated in gas explosions
3 males incinerated in gas explosion