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The Land of College Prophets (2005)

Two belligerent college students accidently reactivate a toxic wishing well, setting off a series of events that brings havoc to a small community.
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Tommy
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Rye
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Tina Angelillo ...
Bells
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Lucas George
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Dean
Tantus Branham ...
Sunshine Sal
Carmine Capobianco ...
Professor Holiday
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Maggie Axelrodman
Paul DeSimone ...
Third Reich Jones
Matt Ford ...
Midas
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Professor Annie
Stacey Potter ...
Tabatha
Chris Romine ...
Sometimes Tim
Eric Russell ...
English Teacher
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According to Legend, The College Prophets are members of an ancient guild of fighters. Their story begins when Tommy and Rye, two violent brawlers accidentally awaken a powerful dark force in The Well That Ate Children. The well, created from the remnants of humanities inventions since the beginning of time, begins to possess the townspeople and poison their water supply. Only after their actions destroy everything they loved but for each other, they formulate a plan with the help of the other Prophets to set things right. Fighting with the wisdom of the Guild and power of their beliefs they correct their mistakes and prevent the world's demise. Written by Anonymous

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Sometimes the best that men can do .......is fix their own mistakes

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Action | Fantasy | Horror

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7 March 2005 (USA)  »

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Tierra de Profetas  »

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$80,000 (estimated)
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The Land of College Prophets was the first release in York Entertainments new "Indie Film Fest" Line of feature films. It is also a best seller for the company. See more »

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It's like Sin City's little brother
20 April 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film is amazing. Somehow these guys made a comic-book film epic on an independent level. It's like Sin City's little brother but set in a seemingly alternate present where people beat each other up and giant wishing wells come alive and eat people. The film speeds along at a ridiculous pace introducing eight or so character that look as if they came right from some messed up Lovecraftian fantasy camp.There's an Irish thug, a hundred year old Ex-Nazi, punk-ed out priest, a jar head, a bad ass Zen master and the list goes on and on. The characters are dark, cool, violent and funny. You want to hate them but you feel for them too. The fight scenes are great. Lot's of gore lots of jokes. This film has got to be the next Army of darkness


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