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Invisible Temptation (1996)

R | | Drama, Horror | December 1996 (USA)
A descent into a dark world of teenage drug abuse and the trend of cult violence associated with it.

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Nagle
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Devil (as Greg Fawcett)
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Sturges
Ricki Dale ...
Angela
Joyce Rae ...
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Carmen Piccini ...
Sugar
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Tony Federico ...
Baron
Mary Turnberg ...
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Jeremy Taylor ...
Lyle
Connie Johnson ...
Dancing Girl
Brian Westburg ...
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Joe McGill ...
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Tony Zierra unequivocally rejects any association with "Invisible Temptation". This film was stolen and illegally released from an incomplete rough cut by a company that reneged on their promise to provide finishing funds to Mr. Zierra. The company went on to sell this fraudulent product worldwide and benefit from their theft. Please support independent filmmakers who have been the victims of fraud and do NOT buy or rent this film from anyone. Written by Kelly Evans

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Drama | Horror

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Independent Film with Brad Rowe
4 June 2003 | by (San Francisco, CA) – See all my reviews

I recently saw this feature fiilm at a Film Festival in Los Angeles. The story was unique and stood out from the rest that night. (Satan tormenting the Angel) the acting was superb, and the camera work had a dark, film noir feel. The use of editing helped create this underground world that are characters are in. I have seen many independent films, but this one is truly special. I highly recommend picking this up film up if you can find it. The budget was extremely low, but it did not interfere with the way it was told. In this film you see a different side to, Brad Rowe, that you have not seen before. Tony Zierah, the writer/director, is one to keep your eye on. He has a great sense of editing and I really wanted to see more at the climax. It fell a little short at the end, but my friend and I have been looking for "Invisible Temptation" on DVD, but cannot seem to find it. 7 / 10


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