A series of murders are confounding the local police with its residue of mutilated corpses. It begins when a sadistic cult murders willing victims for entertainment. Professor Lafitte, a rich sophisticated man, whose hobby is collecting souls, leads the cult. One of his students is Jack, brilliant and obsessed with composing avant-grade music. He decides to compose a concerto for synthesizer & samplers that is based on the recorded sound of human screams. Jack is drawn into the clutches of the professor, who is guiding him into a dark path of self discovery, in his attempt to create a new kind of music.
- Stars:Mark Archuleta, Paul Berret Brown, Eric Campos, Caryn Celaigh, Alexandra DiVeccio, Courtney Gains, Lisa Marano, Jim O'Donoghue,
- Director:Martin Mayo,
- Writer:Carole Katchen, Martin Mayo
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(gb) wrote: A bizarre, in a good way, coming of age story.
(gb) wrote: I wish it were more informative on why all corporations are inherently evil and I wish it would explain a little more on why Disney is considered the apex of overconsumption (I blame their steady animated releases), but other than that, this documentary is something I've heard in liberal circles: that consumerism is actually really stupid and causes a lot of pain. Using a more-than-charismatic preacher and a gospel choir armed with anti-shopping songs and a penchant for exorcising the souls of millions of Americans out of corporations that shouldn't hog all of the money from America.Also, there's a message about valuing the basic meaning of the winter solstice, but who cares about that? In Hollywood, it's all about trash! After all, we pay money to see half-assed sequels and films that rip off even better films. At least the "immoral indies" have messages we can agree on, like this movie and its call for America to step up its manufacturing game and alleviate the burden from third-world countries.Also, I want to go to one of these Stop Shopping Choir performances.
(kr) wrote: When I saw the title and the poster, I must admit that I wasn't intrigued. But... Brendan Gleeson? Jeremy Irons? EDWARD NORTON?! Must see list.
(us) wrote: Can't be denied that is a classic already.
(au) wrote: A great horror film that was critically misunderstood at the time of its release. The acting isn't great, but the unique premise and eerie atmosphere make this a classic in the horror genre.
(nl) wrote: Pretty much your average kung fu flick. Jet Li can't act (and still can't, except in Hero where he wisely played the strong silent type) ... but he's got great abs.
(de) wrote: A failed attempt at hipness but required viewing for the Illuminati-minded.
(jp) wrote: This movie is awesome
(ru) wrote: nice and sweet movie