Charlie's Farm

Synopsis: In an effort to do something different, four friends head into Australia's outback to explore Charlie's Farm, the site where a violent family met their end at the hands of an angry mob. Despite all warnings, they persist in their horror-seeking adventure.
Genre: Comedy, Horror
93 min


Is he dead?

- They are all dead.

Look at me.

Be quiet, otherwise we will be next.

It's good.

Everything will be fine.

I'm going to find a weapon.

We should just stay here.

I'm not going anywhere.

I hold your hand all the time.

Don't go.

I have to.

We need to defend ourselves.

We have to leave.

Let me do this. I'll check.

- Please, stay here.

I think I found a way out.

- Are you sure?

Sheeba & Lain

Editing :

Let's go.

Get away from it all.

Sounds good.

But I'm not going anywhere

with just you two.

Can I ask Melanie?

I know they don't have to work.

Where are you taking us this time?

Let's go to the beach.

We have already done that

Let's go inland everytime..

We can go horseback riding.

- Sounds nice. Melanie will like it.

Let's do something else sometimes.

- Okay, good.

Natasha, ask Melanie if she goes along.

I'm not sleeping with him in the same tent.

Come on. Your mother loved it too.

Okay lovebirds. I will ask Mel.

Watching you, but where will we go.

I know where we can go.

- Where?

You always want to go to a haunted house.

- Yes, why?

Near Mitchell is a place called Charlie's farm.

It is said that the family who lived there in the

80, was killed by the villagers.


That farm is far away from civilization.

We pack our camping gear and go take a look.

You want to camp at Charlie's farm?

- Yes, it will be fun.

I'm in.

Not a word to the ladies.

We will tell when we get there.

- Good.

Where are we going?

- We go to the west.

Riding and fishing.

- Did you hear that?

Since you have a large estate.

- A farm. You are now in Australia.

It's all one pot wet.

Will she last?

- Yes, she goes along.


When do we leave?

- We leave at 06:00.

Come tomorrow at 6am here, we leave together.

- That sounds good, mate.

We have plenty of time

for the eight hour long ride.

Yes, come to my house.

- Take warm clothes.

Do not forget to bring warm clothes,

because it is very cold.

I love her warm.

- Yes, you did.

Or in your own tent.

- That's the purpose.

I'm going to get my camping gear.

See you at 6 o'clock.

- Later.

Hi guys.

Give that to me.

- Thank you.

Mick, I have to ask you this.

Why do they call you 'Donkey'?

Are you serious?

Honey, she believes that?

- What is it?

Why do they call him 'Donkey'?

He can stop him almost in his mouth.

- If I could, I did.

You're kooky.

- That's sick.

Hurry up and give me a hand.

Why don't we sleep together?

- What are you a slut.

I mean in the tent I sleep.

- The Mick.


I have another question.

Why go west?

You have a gift...

place there - where you can horseback riding, fishing and camping.

There is no mobile coverage, no Facebook.

Only healthy air to breathe.

What do you mean no Facebook? I have fans.

- I know. I am also one.

Your fans can be fixed

wait a few days.

What are you doing? You would not say anything?

- I wish them pinning a nice story.

So I cut down on you just as well.

Think first.

Well, let's go.

Hey Jason, how long before we get there?

No idea. Two hours?

- You said it took eight hours?

We are often stopped on the way.

Let's stop somewhere to set up camp.

Tomorrow we can drive to Mitchell.

Are you agree with that?

- I do not care where we go camping.

I'm starving.

I also. Let's stretch our legs

and then I drive though.

Sounds good.

Let's find a camping spot.

Are you sure it's left?

It is left. To the left!

- Are you sure?

What was on the board then?

- This way.

We're heading Tulaca.

We drive for hours. I am starving.

- If you're wrong, there'll be hell.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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