David Hayman : Sawney Bean
Samuel Feeney : Hamish MacDonald
Jean-Paul Jesstiece : Judd
Will Sutton : Jake
Alternative title : Lord of Darkness
Sawney, a religious psychopathic killer drives a devilish Black Cab, stalking the towns and cities, abducting unholy souls for his communion of sacrifices. His insane family of inbred killers Judd and Jake, use their agility to wreak slaughter and havoc among their victims, who are then dragged to Sawney’s lair in the hills, where they are raped, tortured and cannibalised.
Without much expectations I started watching this movie and I must say in the end I was somewhat surprised. Indeed it’s an acceptable horror-slaughter movie but it’s not necessary for me to see it again.
It may sound rather disappointing and droopy, but I still enjoyed watching this movie. It looked pretty real sometimes and it wasn’t that abominably bad. Feeney gave a convincing performance as the hard liquor boozing journalist and Hayman was a convincing Catholic butcher. The religious bias I found amusing (“body and blood of Christ” philosophy).
I really wished that the plot twist wouldn’t be the one I had in mind, but eventually it was anyway. Bit sad because it was a little bland.