Jacob (unrated director's cut)

Directed by Larry Wade Carrell

Year: 2012
Running Time: 90
Color Type: Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Country: U.S.
Genres: Horror
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Jacob (unrated director's cut)

Cast
Edith Krystn Caldwell
Old Man Jack James Hampton
Jacob Dylan Horne
Grace Powell
Deputy Jamie Jennifer Blanc-Biehn
Lawrence Kell Michael Biehn

Crew
Writer Larry Wade Carrell
Directed by Larry Wade Carrell


A Southern Gothic slasher in the tradition of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Jacob is a chilling portrait of a hulking, troubled child who seeks vengeance against those who destroyed his family.

Jacob Kell (Dylan Horne) is a lonely and quiet kid, mute since his father (Michael Biehn, The Terminator) suffered from a violent mental breakdown. Prone to violence himself, only Jacob's sister Sissy (Grace Powell) can soothe the savage beast inside him. But once his drunken stepfather Otis (played by writer/director Larry Wade Carrell) slaps his mother around once too many, Jacob goes down the same vengeful blood-spilling path as his Dad.

An authentically terrifying independent horror movie, Jacob proves that it's better to spoil the child, lest they grow up and use the rod on you.

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