Madison County is one of those campy, inspired by true events type of movies that takes place in a remote location of the forest, in which most of the cast gets usually killed by some redneck inbred(s). I, for one, just so happen to really enjoy movies of this instance. This film has the look and feel of TCM or Wrong Turn and probably a dozen other films, so it does lack originality. But sometimes I'm willing to throw that all away, in exchange for a bath of blood and guts.
A group of college students travel to a remote, mountain town called Madison County to interview the author of a tell-all book on the accounts of the grisly murders that happened in the town over two decades ago. Upon their arrival, the author is no where to be found and the townspeople state that they've "not seen him in years." They also deny that Damien Ewell, the notorious murderer, ever existed and that the murders never happened. As the kids start to dig around to get their own answers, they come to find that the stories, and Damien, maybe more real than the townspeople are letting on.
Madison County is directed by Eric England and produced by Daniel F. Dunn, Eric England and Ace Marrero.
Nick Principe, Katie Stegeman, Joanna Sotomura, Ace Marrero, Matt Mercer, Natalie Scheetz, and Adrienne Harrell all star.
This is currently out on DVD and Blu-ray. Be sure to pick up a copy if you get a chance.
Source: Madison County Official Website