All-American Kyle is the newest initiate of the Black Circle Boys, an underworld society of gothic groupies whose primary interests are creating mayhem and studying the Occult. By the time ... See full summary »
All-American Kyle is the newest initiate of the Black Circle Boys, an underworld society of gothic groupies whose primary interests are creating mayhem and studying the Occult. By the time he realizes he's in over his head, it may be too late! Written by
B. C. B is an interesting little movie about Kyle a teenager that moves to another town and starts hanging out with the local "bad boys". The gang call themselves Black Circle Boys and are into worshiping Satan and Gothic culture while doing heavy drugs and wrecking havoc in school. Kyle has a huge trauma about a friend's death and soon he forms a close relationship with Shane the boss of the movement. However things begin to go wrong as Shane goes deeper and deeper in his love for chaos and Kyle decides to leave. The problem is no one leaves the brotherhood.
Scott Bairstow and Eric Mabius are both equally good with strong performances that hold the movie together. The direction's independent style gives the movie personality and a more 'reality' feel to it.
BCB manages to be quite creepy at times and keeps you interested with a good story and nicely written characters. It however fails in giving us a proper ending. The conclusion is rather disappointing and takes much away from the movie's overall value.
Still mainly because of the cast and the mysticism behind the Gothic world BCB still provides some entertainment.
It deserves a chance.
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