Demented Death Farm Massacre (1971)
Dias de Horror y Muerte
The Hillbilly Hooker
Little Whorehouse on the Prairie
Nomination Year: 2017
SYNOPSIS: This movie represents the triumph of banjos over optimism.
Four diamond thieves need to lay low for a while, so they force themselves into the house of a country bumpkin with a sexy young wife. Hijinx do not ensue, but horrible acting does. If we take “acting” to be synonymous with “hollering in a vexatious manner.”
No one is killed with a scythe, or by hanging. There is a farm, but it is in no way a “death farm.” Nor is there a massacre. Demented only serves to describe the people who made this film.
- Worst Cover Copy
Front cover: That woman, that man, not in the movie. Those clothes? Not in the movie. No one is killed with a scythe. Or by hanging. There are no goats, chickens, cows, barn, silo, tractor, fields. No big gnarled tree, although the house is in the woods (not out on the plains). Back cover: Tag line is cheesy. And inaccurate. The whole country bumpkin through dimwitted husband thing is wrong. Tagline #2 is also cheesy. And inaccurate. But there are diamond thieves from the city driving a Jeep.
- Acting Appropriately Stupid
"I never seen a gun like that before. Can I see it?"
- Worst Acting
Hooker Berates Moonshiner
Black Madame talks trash (badly) to moonshiner.
- Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame George Ellis despite his performance as "Harlan P. Craven" in Demented Death Farm Massacre, they let him act again. Jim Peck Demented Death Farm MassacreM.cite> was his first role, and he has other scattered film credits up through 1997. Pepper Thurston The first of two imdb credits. In the other, she plays "Big Girl."
Director Claim to Fame Donn Davison from Kentucky; was both a yo-yo champion and a professional magician Fred Olen Ray in addition to directing films, he wrestles in the ACW
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