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Banshee (2006)

A car thief (Manning) goes on the run after stealing a killer's vehicle.

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Cast

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Sage Rion
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Eddie Rindall
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Oliver 'Fitz' Fitzgerald
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Brenna
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John Larch
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Mitch Murray
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Tony Romano
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Detective Vasguez
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Green Fiend Bartender
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A kick-ass professional car thief, Sage, (Taryn Manning), steals a classic '66 Charger on a challenge. It turns out the car belongs to a serial killer (is there another kind?), who proceeds to slice and dice her friends because he wants his car back, and wants Sage dead. Sage also deals with treacherous fellow criminals, and a cop who wants her in jail, or wants into her pants (he hasn't decided yet). Written by fgunther, Brooklyn, NY

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Some girls are born to be wild.

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for violence and some language | See all certifications »
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24 June 2006 (USA)  »

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Banshee: Live. Faster.  »

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Taryn Manning did all of her own stunts during filming. See more »

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Sage describes her sister, suffocated by auto exhaust, as "pure white." In reality, carbon monoxide poisoning gives the skin a rosy glow. See more »

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Great thriller with a great surprise for electronic music lovers!
27 October 2008 | by See all my reviews

This was a really positively surprising movie. I had low expectation for this, expecting it to be a movie about boosting cars, but I was really positively surprised.

While you can clearly see it's moderate to low budget, you can clearly see that every single cent was well used, and the outcome is really great, especially when taking the budget into consideration.

The movie was very well cast, although you won't see any big names.

A great surprise for electronic music lovers: you get to see the most amazing DJ gear ever, and what is being done with it, although psychotically sadistic, is very creative and very cool! The results are just amazing and make for some amazing music.

The only thing I dislike is the end, which could have been better. It was too predictable, and had a big lack in action. But it was also probably more realistic and true-to-life.


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