• Color
  • 1971
  • 90 min
  • Dolby Digital Sound

Directed by Fred Olen Ray, Donn Davison
Starring John Carradine, Ashley Brookes, Geaorge Ellis, Trudy Moore, Mike Coolik, Pepper Thurston, Jim Peck

After executing a daring robbery in the big city, a gang of psychotic daimond thieves steal a jeep and head out into the country. When the jeep runs out of gas, they ditch it and wander into what looks like a backwoods farm, the perfect hideout! And even better, there’s a country bumpkin with huge udders living there offering the thieves some good ol’ fashioned Southern hospitality! Everything is cool as a glass of lemonade, this is until the farmer’s babe’s seemingly dimwitted husband returns home from a long hard day of shucking corn. Sensing the ill-fated intentions of his freaky farm guests, the farmer must come up with a plan to turn the tables on these dangerous thugs.
Fighting to save his wife, his farm, and more important; himself, the farmer pulls out all the stops – including his dreaded pitchfork in a series of heart-stopping; nail biting confrontations with the thieves. Even the women get into the action with a cat fight that makes ROLLER DERBY look like XANADU. DEMENTED DEATH FARM MASSACRE…THE MOVIE is Troma’s version of LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE, where doing the chores means sticking a pitchfork through somebody’s guts!