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Sleeping Dogs Lie (2005)

Jeff Hannon (Wilk) from the forever away world of Cincinnati, Ohio has stumbled upon what he believes to be a 25 year old murder in a small Texas town. His ceaseless nightmares compel him to drive to the middle of nowhere town of Bueford, Texas to enlist the local authorities (Asner, Keenan) to help solve the murder mystery and forever put an end to the voices that haunt him. Hannon's own fate ... See full summary »

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Jeff Hannon (Wilk) from the forever away world of Cincinnatti, Ohio has stumbled upon what he believes to be a 25 year old murder in a small Texas town. His ceaseless nightmares compel him to drive to the middle of nowhere town of Bueford, Texas to enlist the local authorities (Asner, Keenan) to help solve the murder mystery and forever put an end to the voices that haunt him. Hannon's own fate soon becomes entwined with the dusty town's long forgotten history. Written by Anonymous

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Maynard James Keenan is also a musician, he sings in multiple bands including Tool and A Perfect Circle. See more »

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The Drifter
Written by Michael Kirkland
Performed by the New Evils
Courtesy of Soundco Records
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Enjoyable but missing something!
17 December 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Like Chouse1-1 I also stumbled across this film following an interest in Maynard James Keenan from Tool. I enjoyed this short film and I agree that the premise is great. For a short movie it covers what I feel is a 'big' story remarkably well. The performances are excellent, especially Asner and Keenan, and Brad Wilk does a good job in the lead role. The visions that Wilk's character suffers carry well on the screen thanks to some great direction, but its these visions that concern me somewhat.I cant say too much without giving away the end but I feel that explanations are not only not given, but not even considered, (you'll see what I mean). I feel the outcome was slightly predictable but this didn't ruin the overall movie. I am not one to demand explanations for movie curiosities but sometimes I feel some crucial scenes get forgotten about. I urge people to get hold of this movie and give it a go. Despite my concerns it is a great film and did hold me captivated. I do also feel that Keenan could have a great future in film (though not at the risk of ending Tool).


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