The Honor Farm can’t decide whether it wants to be a formulaic teenage horror flick or an incoherent Lynchian oddity. It sits somewhere in the middle, neglecting both fun, campy gore and a compelling plot. Cliches incorporated in this 74-minute head-scratcher include virgins at prom, an abandoned mental hospital, tripping on shrooms in the woods and actors far too old to be playing high school kids. The drug usage puts a band-aid over the okay-to-bad acting and the fact that the third act is entirely incomprehensible. To top it all off, it concludes on an upbeat, cringeworthy one-liner from the protagonist’s love interest and offers no resolution whatsoever.

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