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Todd and the Book of Pure Evil (2003)

Teen heavy-metal enthusiast, Todd, seeks dating advice from the Prince of Darkness, unleashing the fury of hell to win the heart of the head cheerleader.

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(as Max Bernard Reid), (as Craig D. Wallace)
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Todd (as Steve Arbuckle)
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Rick the Jock
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Jason Valentine
Robert Gontier ...
Devil Mascot
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Adam Lennox ...
Brodie The Metal Dude
Taunya Lucas ...
Beth the Cheerleader
Owen Marchildon ...
Rob the Metal Dude
Mercedes Marks ...
Jenny
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Julia Schneider ...
Liz the Cheerleader
Ryan Tonkin ...
Eddie the Metal Dude
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Gretchen (as Terra Vanessa Kowalyk)
Lory Wajnberg ...
Librarian
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Coach
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Teen heavy-metal enthusiast, Todd, seeks dating advice from the Prince of Darkness, unleashing the fury of hell to win the heart of the head cheerleader.

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A teenager's guide to heavy metal, cheerleaders, true love, and Satan.

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Comedy | Horror | Short

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19 March 2004 (USA)  »

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CAD 16,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Shot on the set of Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001) See more »

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Todd: Satan will fix it.
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Version of Todd and the Book of Pure Evil (2010) See more »

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Be careful what you wish for... because you might just get it.
3 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Pretty slick production for a short film.

A heavy metal high school student wants to be popular... just like the school jock. So, he conjures a spell from the Book of Pure Evil and his wish comes true. Unfortunately, not all wishes come true as expected. A dream date may suddenly turn into a nightmare. And Todd is not the only student with dreams that can be fulfilled with the book.

Two thumbs up to the writers, director, and performers. The production is high quality with the feel of a dream state. It is a comedy with a Poe like finish. I wish they could flesh this out to a full length film.


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