Blair, a young farmhand, thinks he’s hit the jackpot when he meets lovely Diane at a local market. She’s a kind and talented cheesemaker, and before long they’re heading back to her place to get ‘better acquainted’.
Blair arrives at a dilapidated farm, strangely devoid of livestock, thinking he’s about to get lucky. Instead he gets a knockout dose of ketamine and wakes in a concrete cell. Blair is trapped, and Diane and her cattle prod soon teach him to behave. But Diane can’t stop Blair from trying to piece together what’s going on.
The barn complex Blair is imprisoned in has pens which, until recently, seem to have held at least a dozen women in captivity. There is also a large dairy laboratory and racks of milking apparatus. Blair feels sick when he realises that wasn’t cow cheese Diane was selling...
Yes, Diane has a new pet project, and she’s putting hormones in his porridge every morning. As Blair tries to figure out what’s compelling lovely Diane to keep him captive, she feeds him, cares for him, and obsessively measures his chest.
As the National Cheese Board’s annual competition beckons, Blair notices his body start to change. Milk starts to flow from his nipples. It all starts to make horrible sense. Now, more than ever, questions whirl in his mind:
How can he escape this diabolical dairy farm?
What happened to the captives before him?
Why does this nice girl have such a sadistic hobby?
And most disturbing of all, what does man-cheese taste like?
The Lactating is a depraved dairy sensation with hints of Vigil and The Human Centipede. We can’t wait to cut a slice and serve it to you on a cracker.