Maniac Farmer Low-Budget Freak-show Might Be Just The Thing We Needed
Maniac Farmer. Film Details.
Director: Matthew Williams
Writer: Matthew Williams
Executive Producer: PJ Starks
Release Date: Fall 2018
Release Format: Film Festivals
MPAA Rating: N/A
A group of street punks led by the murderous Blasphemous Rex meet their match when they choose to terrorize a seemingly helpless farmer who ends up turning the tides on the group, and the hunters become the hunted.
“Maniac Farmer is the product of a lot of hard work from a lot of devoted and talented people, and I know I speak for all of us when I say we couldn’t be happier with the finished product, and we’re all eager for the world to see it.”
Jake Roark as The Farmer
Tyler Caldwell as Blasphemous Rex
Jeremy Snead as Lenhardt
Alexander Davis as Dunigan
Hannah Davis as Dot
Tyler Ward as Pin Pal
Jake Mosley as Ski-Skat
Matt McNew as Sly
Cody Gay as Barry Yolander
Deanna Karr as Helen Yolander
Opal Williams as The Mother
Doyle Huskey as Anderson
I laughed out loud when I read the synopsis for Maniac Farmer. It just suggests so much fun and after checking out the trailer I clearly got more excited.
Maniac Farmer shares a delightful taste of tribute of the 80’s slasher films. The trailer serves as a majestic piece of suspense, not showing us a lot of footage, while abruptly creating chaos with hardcore metal music on the background.
Maniac Farmer is written and directed by Matthew Williams and produced by PJ Starks, who also produced 30/31 and Volumes of Horror which I’ve reviewed here some time ago. It comes out later this year and it’s starting its round of film festivals.
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If you enjoy a comedy-horror slice and dice gorefest, Maniac Farmer might be the homage we demanded to finish the year in beauty. I mean, do I need to mention anything more after reciting out loud the names of the characters of this movie? Genius!