A mysterious organization promotes their trusted member as his mischievous crew sets there eyes on a young couple. The secrets of a dark tradition are threaten as two innocent lives struggle to survive.
Three years after the death of Frank's wife a mysterious woman appears. As their attraction grows Frank struggles with reality and his loss. He tries to start over not knowing his choices could lead him to his own downfall.
Christopher Di Nunzio
A mysterious cult has decided to take a new direction in giving Victor, a hard working trusted member, a promotion. However, his cruel minded disciples have decided to take action of their own. Growing tired of their monotonous plans, they begin to take their malevolent acts one step further. In a world seemingly far removed from Victor's, two young girls, Annabel and Tina, are trying to make changes in their own lives. Annabel prepares for a second date with Jerry, a man she met online, while Tina keeps focused on an important meeting that is sure to open up new doors in her life. Soon these two worlds collide as Annabel and Tina find themselves deep within the belly of the beast, and the long, dark history of a secret organization is revealed. Written by
Christopher Di Nunzio
I was very surprised at how good this low budget film was. The first scene was brilliant. Actors where very professional. I thought the plot was very good. It kept my attention through the whole movie. The film opens up with amazing art work that captures your attention and helps bring you in to the world of these characters. The film plays as two parts. It starts off almost as a mob film. Then turns into a gritty fantasy with strange colors and other bizarre things that I don't want to give away. I thought the direction was great. The acting to the editing and the music was all very professional. I really loved the music in this film it is not your typical horror film score. One thing I would like to point out is I feel that Livestock is more of a dark drama then you typical horror film. It is definitely a horror film but to me it plays more like a dark drama and uses horror as the back drop for the story. Over all I thought Livestock was very interesting ( I mean that in a good way) and captivating. I highly recommend the film. If you want to see something new.
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