The Breeder

2011

Horror

191
IMDb Rating 3.7 10 19

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Cast

Theresa Joy as Amy
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839.04 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
96 min
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1.69 GB
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English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
96 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by whitequeenfan 1 / 10 / 10

no breeding in this

i just gonna start with i have seen ALOUT of b-and c movies(some of the best movies i have seen is B and c movies). i was searching amazon UK for horror movies and stumble on this thing. It has a 18+ rating with sexual violent all over it, but god i was deceived. This film should have a 15 rating symbol, i was thinking when i was watching when is the sexual violent gonna happened, but no the only thing we will see is close ups on eyes and needles The acting is so poor that i cant believe my eyes and the girls looks like some offbeat strippers that the director has payed a little sum off money and the other actors talks so bad English so you have to turn up the volume to insane level to hear what they are saying. It feels like thew director has seen philosophy of a knife and want to do a similar movie but he cant find actors that want to do that kind of stuff and he don't have the money to pay. the only good thing was the place it was filmed on ,but thats about it, so i leave this review with saying maybe the director should to nature documentaries instead

Reviewed by parry_na 2 / 10 / 10

Sordidity in beautiful locations ...

Sophie and Amy (Judy LeGal and Theresa Joy) are two young aid workers back-packing across the beautiful Caucasus Mountains. The characters are well written and played, and above all likeable. Flighty Amy, who could be grating, doesn't take herself seriously. Even lines like "I'm used to eyes undressing me 24/7" are delivered more with humour than with the kind of casual arrogance sometimes found with extroverts in this type of film. The two girls, seem to be having such a good time in each others' company that you really don't wish them harm. And, knowing the kind of film this is from the title and publicity, you just know that is exactly what they are going to get. The awkwardness about being a stranger in a foreign land is well conveyed here. However friendly - or not - the locals may be, there is the underlying feeling that the two girls don't fit in here. As a result, the character of UN Major Palmer (a terrific Peter James Haworth) has a reassuring familiarity about him ... you'd think. Equally, local Lasha (Giorgi Kipshidze , also excellent) seems to be helpful company when things start to get scary. Amy disappears. She is kidnapped by a madman known as The Breeder, who is kidnapping girls and brainwashing them, making a blank canvas of them, so he can 'recreate' them in his image. The scenes in which this takes place are characteristically perverse - but it is what you don't see that makes Amy's ordeal so horrifying. Then it all gets a bit weird. People who we think are friends turn out not be - or do they? Characters who were given reason to fear are revealed to virtuous after all - or are they? In a frenzied finale in which people appear to die, only to pop up and save the day before they are seemingly dispatched once more, events threaten to get ludicrous. Luckily, the action is just about kept in check - although it bulges at the seams of reality - by director and writer Till Hastreiter, and what results is often a deliberately disorientating film (echoing the ordeal of The Breeder's victims) that I had a good time watching. And, despite the suffering and horror on display - or maybe because of it - that's a good thing, isn't it? My score is 7 out of 10.

Reviewed by ArchieIsCool 2 / 10 / 10

What's going on

The title is the breeder so when it comes to him abducting the girl and tying her up on a metal table with her legs and wrists bound up you think oh no he's going to rape her, think again all he does is take blood and give her a smear!! Meanwhile her friend tries to find her and goes to the village I have no idea where this is or country. Awful acting by all and don't know why this mad man who is a major in the army captured her and for what use. Don't buy it it's a load of rubbish. Why do DVD covers lie, this is an 18 certificate but more like a 15, they always mislead the buyer why call it 'the breeder' when no breeding actually happens, it's not gory enough for an 18 certificate and not worth the money to watch this trash.

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