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Return to Splatter Farm

USA 2020
produced by
Mark Polonia, Jeff Kirkendall for Polonia Brothers, Very Scary Productions
directed by Mark Polonia, Jeff Kirkendall
starring Danielle Donahue, Nico Bryant, Mel Heflin, Marie DeLorenzo, James Kelly, Jeff Kirkendall, James Carolus, Ken Van Sant, Tim Hatch, Jennie Russo, Titus Himmelberger, Kathryn Sue Young, Laura Young, Corey Nevills, Paul Turano, Jade Michael LaFont, Tony Brown, Drew Patrick, Jamie Morgan, Maria Polonia, Frank Humes, Christopher Beacom, Kyle Rappaport
written by Jeff Kirkendall, music by Greg Stanina (as Esseker), special effects makeup by Anthony Polonia

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Bobbi (Danielle Donahue) has inherited a farm in the middle of nowhere, and to celebrate this she has brought her friends - hunky Brad (Nico Bryant), his girlfriend Liz (Mel Heflin), heavy metal geek Gopher (James Kelly) and beer-guzzling Daphne (Marie DeLorenzo) - up to the place for a party. What she has forgotten to tell her friends though was that more than 30 years ago, a few murders happened on the premises, and the probable killer Jeremy (Jeff Kirkendall) has never been caught. She thought that this just wasn't a big deal, but the locals sure do - however insead of saying what they know, they at best hint at it (and for those inclined, what happened earlier is of course chronicled in the Polonia brothers' 1987 film Splatter Farm). When walking the premises, Bobbi and Daphne fail to properly interpret all warning signs like an abandoned tent or human bones by the wayside - while back at the house, Jeremy is already busy to take out all of their friends and whoever else comes about, then even has time to hide the bodies and clean up to prepare an unpleasant surprise when Bobbi and Daphne do come back ...


Now Return to Splatter Farm is hardly a work of art and much more a throwback to the days of early S.O.V. slashers - like of course the first Splatter Farm - and co-director Mark Polonia, who with his late brother John has long become a figurehead of that movement, is of course the right man to do such a throwback. And thus the film has all the right parts in the right places, from gruesome murders to the occasional set of bare boobies, wild chases and bits of comedy (that thankfully stays away from all post-modern humour), a menacing killer and some lovely ladies, all rolled into a very unpretentious pack that might not be after everyone's taste but that's sure to highly entertain its target audience.


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