Amy and Sophie, two young American foreign aid workers, are hiking through the mysterious Caucasus Mountains. Lost, they stumble upon a place that doesn’t exist on any map, and is completely cut off from the rest of the world. No telephones, no roads, just the dark, looming, ominous mountains. In this archaic world one man strikes fear into the hearts of all. The Breeder kidnaps young women stained by sin, fallen angels such as Sophie. Provoked by her naked swim in a lake, he violently abducts Sophie and takes her to his breeding station, a secret former Soviet laboratory. Sophie needs to be cleansed of her sins, her guilt, and made innocent again. The Breeder has to completely possess her body before he can purify her. He wants Sophie to be happy to be with him. He wants the best for her. But first he has to break Sophie’s will in the most barbaric of ways. Time to breed the perfect girl. Amy would give her life to get her friend back. And maybe this is exactly what she will have to …
User Reviews: i just gonna start with i have seen ALOUT of b-and c movies(some of the best movies i have seen is B and c movies).
i was searching amazon UK for horror movies and stumble on this thing. It has a 18+ rating with sexual violent all over it, but god i was deceived. This film should have a 15 rating symbol, i was thinking when i was watching when is the sexual violent gonna happened, but no the only thing we will see is close ups on eyes and needles
The acting is so poor that i cant believe my eyes and the girls looks like some offbeat strippers that the director has payed a little sum off money and the other actors talks so bad English so you have to turn up the volume to insane level to hear what they are saying.
It feels like thew director has seen philosophy of a knife and want to do a similar movie but he cant find actors that want to do that kind of stuff and he don’t have the money to pay.
the only good thing was the place it was filmed on ,but thats about it, so i leave this review with saying maybe the director should to nature documentaries instead