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23rd Jun '16 9:25:46 PM FlakyPorcupine
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* Part IV of ''VideoGame/LakeviewCabinCollection'' takes place in this setting, in a {{Homage}} to ''Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre''. Complete with a cannibalistic family.
22nd Jun '16 4:04:07 AM jormis29
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* The ''Point Lookout'' DLC for ''VideoGame/{{Fallout3}}'' has the player fighting mutated hillbillies who have formed a cult around a MadScientist BrainInAJar.
* VideoGame/KillingFloor had an event like this, with a nearly identical name: "Hillbilly Horror". Every enemy in the game was reskinned into a named member of the "Wade Family", and a new map dedicated to said family was added.

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* The ''Point Lookout'' DLC for ''VideoGame/{{Fallout3}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' has the player fighting mutated hillbillies who have formed a cult around a MadScientist BrainInAJar.
* VideoGame/KillingFloor ''VideoGame/KillingFloor'' had an event like this, with a nearly identical name: "Hillbilly Horror". Every enemy in the game was reskinned into a named member of the "Wade Family", and a new map dedicated to said family was added.



* The upcoming ''VideoGame/{{Outlast2}}'' will be set in a countryside that's populate by murderous hillbillies who also worship Satan. The scariest thing, however, is how [[ItCanThink organized]] they are compared to many other examples as well as the Variants of the previous game; they cooperate and thoroughly search the farm for the player character using flashlights and seem to have a sacrificial system.

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* The upcoming ''VideoGame/{{Outlast2}}'' ''VideoGame/OutlastII'' will be set in a countryside that's populate by murderous hillbillies who also worship Satan. The scariest thing, however, is how [[ItCanThink organized]] they are compared to many other examples as well as the Variants of the previous game; they cooperate and thoroughly search the farm for the player character using flashlights and seem to have a sacrificial system.
20th Jun '16 9:26:10 PM Andyroid
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* The Hillbilly is one of the playable Killers from ''VideoGame/DeadByDaylight''. He hunts down the Survivors with a large cattle hammer and [[ChainsawGood a chainsaw]] that can [[OneHitKill incapacitate a Survivor at full health]].
25th May '16 6:47:56 AM Commander808-2
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* Though ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' is set in rural Europe instead of the rural U.S., it definitely gives off this vibe to an extent, especially in the early parts of the game.
2nd May '16 5:56:58 AM IenHenzX
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* The upcoming ''VideoGame/{{Outlast2}}'' will be set in a countryside that's populate by murderous hillbillies who also worship Satan. The scariest thing, however, is how [[ItCanThink organized]] they are compared to many other examples as well as the Variants of the previous game; they cooperate and thoroughly search the farm for the player character using flashlights and seem to have a sacrificial system.
27th Apr '16 2:16:10 AM erforce
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* ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes'': A family on vacation runs afoul of a clan of degenerate cannibals in the Nevada desert, who have become hideous mutants due to a combination of the radiation from nearby nuclear weapons tests and inbreeding.

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* ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes'': ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes2006'': A family on vacation runs afoul of a clan of degenerate cannibals in the Nevada desert, who have become hideous mutants due to a combination of the radiation from nearby nuclear weapons tests and inbreeding.
29th Mar '16 1:59:51 PM Nopperabo
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** ''Rage Across Appalachia" features a rural clan of [[DemonicPossession fomori]] called the Bledsons. The Bledsons are a squalid family living near a polluted pond that is infested with banes. All Bledson males are compelled to enter the pond as a rite of passage, infecting them with banes.
** ''Rage Across Appalachia" also features the Pigeon River Howlers, a bluegrass band composed of Black Spiral Dancers who use music to spread Wyrm taint.

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** ''Rage Across Appalachia" Appalachia'' features a rural clan of [[DemonicPossession fomori]] called the Bledsons. The Bledsons are a squalid family living near a polluted pond that is infested with banes. All Bledson males are compelled to enter the pond as a rite of passage, infecting them with banes.
** ''Rage Across Appalachia" Appalachia'' also features the Pigeon River Howlers, a bluegrass band composed of Black Spiral Dancers who use music to spread Wyrm taint.
29th Mar '16 1:59:02 PM Nopperabo
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* ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'' features several groups that fit this trope.
** The Genetic Irregulars are a group of ronin Garou and Black Spiral Dancers who live in rural areas and indulge in cannibalism and Garou-Garou mating.
** ''Rage Across Appalachia" features a rural clan of [[DemonicPossession fomori]] called the Bledsons. The Bledsons are a squalid family living near a polluted pond that is infested with banes. All Bledson males are compelled to enter the pond as a rite of passage, infecting them with banes.
** ''Rage Across Appalachia" also features the Pigeon River Howlers, a bluegrass band composed of Black Spiral Dancers who use music to spread Wyrm taint.
22nd Mar '16 6:43:01 PM SilentStranger
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* ''Film/TheCabinInTheWoods'' has the Buckners, a pain-worshiping redneck zombie family who are a cross between this trope and ''Franchise/EvilDead''. It gets a bit more complicated from there, though.

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* ''Film/TheCabinInTheWoods'' has the Buckners, a pain-worshiping redneck zombie family who are a cross between this trope and ''Franchise/EvilDead''. [[spoiler: Of course, The Buckers are merely pawns, who are summoned to the cabin by random chance. It gets a bit more complicated from there, though.could have been any number of horror cliches]]



%%* ''Franchise/ChildrenOfTheCorn''

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%%* ''Franchise/ChildrenOfTheCorn''* ''Franchise/ChildrenOfTheCorn'' The small Nebraska town of Gatlin, which is home to a child cult that worships the corn surrounding the town and a demonic entity known as He Who Walks Behind the Rows. it was originally a normal small town, but the children were influenced by a child preacher named Isaac who led them to massacre the adults.



%%* ''Film/TheDevilsRejects''

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%%* * ''Film/TheDevilsRejects''



%%* ''Film/TheHillsRunRed''

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%%* ''Film/TheHillsRunRed''* ''Film/TheHillsRunRed'': A film student is obsessed with a legendary lost film named ''The Hills Run Red'', and sets out to discover the truth behind it, which leads him right into something that deliberatly plays up the idea of hillbilly horror. [[spoiler: The original movies director has basically created his own hillbilly horror setting just so he could make a "perfect" movie]].



%%* ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes''

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%%* ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes''* ''Film/TheHillsHaveEyes'': A family on vacation runs afoul of a clan of degenerate cannibals in the Nevada desert, who have become hideous mutants due to a combination of the radiation from nearby nuclear weapons tests and inbreeding.



%%* ''Film/{{Pumpkinhead}}''

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%%* ''Film/{{Pumpkinhead}}''* ''Film/{{Pumpkinhead}}'': Revolves around a monstrous apparition named Pumpkinhead that haunts the backwoods of the Midwest and will kill anyone whom its summoned to destroy.



* ''Film/TuckerAndDaleVsEvil'' is a DeconstructiveParody of the genre, with the GoodOlBoy protagonists being mistaken for this by a group of TooDumbToLive college students.

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* ''Film/TuckerAndDaleVsEvil'' is a DeconstructiveParody of the genre, with genre. A group of college students are vacationing in a cabin, but run afoul of two creepy hillbillies who kidnap their friends. Or so they think. In reality, the GoodOlBoy true protagonists being mistaken for this by a group of TooDumbToLive the movie, Tucker and Dale are a pair of GoodOleBoy guys who are out on a fishing trip. The misunderstanding is due to Tuckers social awkwardness and the college students.students being firm belivers in this trope. [[spoiler: Ultimatly played straight as it turns out the true villain of the movie is the result of a hillbilly horror event several decades before]]



%%* ''Film/TheWickerMan''

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%%* ''Film/TheWickerMan''* ''Film/TheWickerMan'' Slightly less monstrous than its U.S equivalent. A pagan cult belives that the only way to ensure that its next apple harvests succeeds is through a human sacrifice.



%%* The ''Film/WrongTurn'' series

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%%* * The ''Film/WrongTurn'' series
series. A group of deformed cannibal siblings live in the backwoods of the northeastern U.S, and prey on anyone who ventures near their territory. [[spoiler: The gas station attendant who sends travellers that way is the cannibals father]].
10th Mar '16 10:57:32 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''Film/ChildrenOfTheNight'': A vampire terrorizing a small country town.
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