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24 January 2001 (USA) See more »
Imagine "The Twilight Zone" on Rock 'n' Roll See more »
A Rock 'n Roll version of the Twilight Zone, with stories featuring a talent agent with an ironic curse, a homicidal hippie and the Disco Club from Hell. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Martin Cummins ... Dante (segment "Disco Inferno")

Christopher Masterson ... Todd (segment "My Generation") (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Brandy Ledford ... Christine (segment "Disco Inferno")

Danny Masterson ... Randy (segment "Disco Inferno")

Judd Nelson ... Martin Potter (segment "More Than a Feeling")

Erik Palladino ... Buck (segment "Disco Inferno")

Eric Roberts ... Bob Henry (segment "My Generation")

Marla Sokoloff ... Darcy King (segment ("More Than a Feeling")

Holland Taylor ... Marge Crowley (segment "Room Service")

John Taylor ... Jimmy Blitz (segment "Room Service")

Christine Chatelain ... Farrah (segment "Disco Inferno")

Brian Drummond ... Paramedic #2 (segment "Disco Inferno")
Dean Marshall ... Paramedic #1 (segment "Disco Inferno")
Shawn Reis ... Bouncer (segment "Disco Inferno")
Kendall Saunders ... Tiffany (segment "Disco Inferno")
Jessica Van der Veen ... Nurse (segment "Disco Inferno")

Trevor White ... Disco Man (segment "Disco Inferno")

Emy Aneke ... M.C. (segment "More Than a Feeling")

Shannon Beaty ... Lauren (segment "More Than a Feeling")

Doron Bell ... Carter (segment "More Than a Feeling")
Preston Cook ... Terry (segment "More Than a Feeling")

Kurt Evans ... Foley (segment "More Than a Feeling")

Deryl Hayes ... Officer #2 (segment "More Than a Feeling")

Adrian Holmes ... Dean Mace (segment "More Than a Feeling")

Nels Lennarson ... Jack Schulman (segment "More Than a Feeling")

John Mann ... Daryl Trent (segment "More Than a Feeling")
Christian Mena ... Latin Singer (segment "More Than a Feeling")

Darryl Scheelar ... Officer #1 (segment "More Than a Feeling)

Desiree Zurowski ... Sue (segment "More Than a Feeling")

Ben Cotton ... Officer DJ (segment "My Generation")

Tom Heaton ... Good Sam (segment "My Generation")
Jane Sowerby ... Krista (segment "My Generation")

Keegan Connor Tracy ... Kim (segment "My Generation")

Ben Bass ... Tom West (segment "Room Service)

Scott McNeil ... Robbie Laine (segment "Room Service)

Gerard Plunkett ... Miles Davenport (segment "Room Service)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Conan Graham ... Doorman
Suzette Meyers ... Anchor

Marianne Sawchuk ... Nurse

Don Thompson ... (segment "My Generation")

Kett Turton ... Toby (segment "More Than a Feeling")

Directed by
Mary Lambert 
Bryan Spicer 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Joseph Anaya  (as Joe Anaya)
Dale Kutzera 
Dan Merchant 

Produced by
Joseph Anaya .... co-producer
Richard Davis .... supervising producer
Deborah Ann Henderson .... producer
Dale Kutzera .... co-producer
Dan Merchant .... executive producer
Jim Sharp .... executive producer
Original Music by
Tyler Bates 
Cinematography by
Philip Linzey 
Film Editing by
Tom Walls 
Chris G. Willingham 
Production Design by
Bob Bottieri 
Art Direction by
Greg Venturi 
Set Decoration by
Ide Foyle 
Costume Design by
Cali Newcomen 
Makeup Department
Lili Marchenski .... key makeup artist (as Lili Marr)
Production Management
Jim Hilton .... post-production supervisor (as James Hilton)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kevin Parks .... first assistant director
Anya Smith .... third assistant director
Art Department
Perry Battista .... lead set dresser
Paul Burton .... set dresser
Leesa Hanna .... assistant set decorator
Colin Matthews .... props buyer
Kimberley Regent .... property master
Tony Soragnese .... set dresser
Milena Zdravkovic .... draftsperson
Sound Department
John W. Cook II .... re-recording mixer
Jason W. Jennings .... sound effects editor
Kevin Sands .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Allen Benjamin .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Roger Berger .... visual effects
Leanne Hindle .... stunt double (as Leanne Buchanan)
Camera and Electrical Department
Greg Corp .... still photographer
Ana Cubillo .... assistant: steadicam
Byron Drinkle .... video coordinator
Darryl Foulds .... grip
Jill MacLauchlan .... camera operator
Sean Oxenbury .... rigging gaffer
Casting Department
James Forsyth .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kieu Nguyen .... costume builder
Editorial Department
Joseph Butler .... assistant editor
Don Koch .... assistant editor
Location Management
Don Knodel .... location manager
Music Department
Jim Hilton .... music supervisor (as James Hilton)
Other crew
Jody Chow .... assistant production coordinator
Boyd Ferguson .... photo double
Simon Hall .... video synchronization operator
Tara Howie .... production assistant
Viktoria Langton .... choreographer
Robert Musnicki .... stand-in
Sheryl Rhodes .... assistant production coordinator
Deborah L. Velarde .... production executive
Trevor Westerhoff .... assistant production coordinator

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Also Known As:
"Disco Inferno" - USA (segment title)
"More Than A Feeling" - USA (segment title)
"My Generation" - USA (segment title)
"Room Service" - USA (segment title)
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Rated PG-13 for some violence, sensuality and language
120 min

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This was the pilot movie, but was made up of episodes which were later shown in the series.See more »
Bob Henry:Your generation *raps* over classic rock songs and calls it new. You take drugs to hide from reality instead of to expand your mind.See more »
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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Trippy..., 8 February 2001
Author: Phantom-43 ( from Boston, MA USA

I was pleasantly surprised by this little anthology film. It's not half-bad. A little bit Twilight Zone, a little bit Urban Legends, a little bit...well, VH1. It takes a lot of legends and conventions about rock starts, the music business, and the effect of music on our lives and does some pretty cool things with it. But as is the case with most anthology films, not all are created equal. There's one story that's very good, a couple of cute ones, and one bad one. But even the bad one isn't THAT bad. The first story, "Disco Inferno" is that one. It's not so much bad as it is very predictable. A couple of stoners who don't have much going for them except that they're rabid rock fans get into an accident driving home from a concert, and find themselves at a mysterious club where disco lives all night long. I'm probably spoiling the ending, but it's pretty obvious that they've died and gone to hell...and for them, hell is disco. I can relate. The best thing about this tale is that it features Danny Masterson putting a spin on his "That 70's Show" character. The second tale, "My Generation" is weird and darkly funny. It's about two music-loving, philosophically-minded serial killers who meet up and square off in the Pacific Northwest. If you can get over Eric Roberts as the psychotic Deadhead, you're in for a rather humorous satirical statement on music of this generation and the one before, how they compare and, perhaps, how the statement of the music of the 60's was lost on both generations involved. The third, "Room Service," is pretty straightforward. The story of the constantly-escalating battle of wills between an excess-loving, hotel-room trashing rock star (Geez, they still do that?), and the ultra-efficient housekeeping matron who manages to clean up all his messes with superhuman skill. It's fun to watch because it's so contrived, so based on legend that the tale seems familiar (and check it out, the guy from Duran Duran! An actual excess-loving rock star playing himself!). Not great, but fun. The final tale, "More than a Feeling" is the darkest and the best. It's the story of a recording company exec with a conscience (and no, that's not the fantasy part), who has a talent for picking the next rising star. Unfortunately, every one of his charges rises fast and crashes and burns even faster. This leaves him with guilt beyond all measure, and leaves him ultra-protective of his latest - and last surviving - artist, a young and talented female vocalist played with big-eyed innocence by Marla Sokoloff. I was a little thrown by this one, it being so dark and having Judd Nelson playing a character that wasn't a total sleaze, but in the end I was impressed - especially by the ultra-chilling final scene. Not a mast

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