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Noon Blue Apples (2002)

The diary of an occult novelist sends Eris, a young college student, on a journey into the paranormal and fantastic, evolving into a living nightmare of paranoia and terror.

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Susan Greenhill ...
Faith
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Howard Philips
Tia Campbell ...
Rosslyn Chapel
Kelly Cole ...
Goat-Boy
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Rose Kross
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Tommi
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Malfolio
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Sponge-Brush Woman
Keith Perrin ...
Park Freak
Lee Holmes ...
Nefalous
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The diary of an occult novelist sends Eris, a young college student, on a journey into the paranormal and fantastic, evolving into a living nightmare of paranoia and terror.

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Eris: I have a question? If you don't believe in God then why give any of this a second thought?
Zeus: Well, I believe in defying authority, and what greater authority is there to defy than God?
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Nice Spiraling Conspiracy Story
5 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

I saw this at the Phoenix Film Festival and was my personal favorite (of the ones I saw). The two leads (Lauren Fox and Thomas Jay Ryan) were memorably good in this to the point where I would start to look for other movies from those two actors.

The story revolves around Eris and her study of conspiracies from silly ones to ones that are more believable.

It took me a few minutes to get into the movie because the print wasn't the best, and the director said that the movie was in the process of being put on film, so i would like to see it again. But the story was quite mesmerizing in how Eris (Lauren Fox) studies these conspiracies, gets involved with these conspiracy theorists from this bookshop, and spirals downward almost into insanity as she starts to see these conspiracies and becomes paranoid in the process.


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