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Killer
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Spider
Lindsey Harris ...
Grace
Tommy O'Neill ...
Alf
Phelim Drew ...
Aspro
Caitríona Ní Mhurchú ...
Tríona
Tara Lynne O'Neill ...
Marie
Donncha Crowley ...
Dr. Haze (as Donnacha Crowley)
Vawn O'Neill ...
Fire Eater
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Jose
Jay Ledesama ...
Axel
Ciaran Bagnal ...
Max
Elvis Sebastian ...
Elvis
Deborah Davis ...
Burning Woman (as Debbie Davis)
Colm O'Maonlai ...
Barry the Factory Manager
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In the near future a young biker leaves his crumbling life in rural Ireland to join a strange 'metal circus' as it tours the cities of Europe. He discovers a dark side to the circus and decides to leave, but finds he is caught between his love of a circus girl and the dark hand of the boss who is determined he stays. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for violence, language and drug content

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26 September 2002 (Sweden)  »

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Death Games  »

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$50,000,000 (estimated)

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$2,676 (USA) (29 August 2003)

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$204,274 (USA) (5 September 2003)
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One word sums up this movie: Huh?
4 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a turkey. I expected very little from this movie but even still it was a disappointment. The last movie I saw that made as little sense as this one was Eraserhead. The film is full of poorly fleshed out characters acting out of the foggiest motivations. The plot is barely there. The acting is a laugh. The film's biggest flaw though is its failure to appropriately depict the allegedly grand spectacle that is the Chaos metal circus. The whole movie hinges upon the massive success of the Chaos show, but all we ever get to see of it are a couple of half-assed motorcycle stunts and fight scenes in which nobody actually hits each other-- just a lot of yelling and then a close-up of a chainsaw throwing sparks off of metal. After the circus scenes were done I felt like I'd barely seen the show at all. After I watched the DVD, I viewed the "making-of" featurette for a clue that the filmmakers had an inkling that they were making a gigantic bomb. Nope! All I saw was repeated, laughable comparisons between Romeo & Juliet and the romance at the center of this piece of junk. Don't waste your time.


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