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I clean up, grab a beer, go sit in the ol' rockin' chair and watch TV. You know, I haven't paid that bill in over a year. All I get is white noise. It's like ants fighting... I sit there every night watching ants fighting until I fall asleep... and in the morning I get up and do it all over again... and that's all there is. I got nothing left... but white noise.
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Composed by Léo Delibes (as Leo Delibes) (Public Domain)
Publishers: Podium Classical Music (BMI)
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What an amazing, thought-provoking horror flick! Whaaaa? That was NOT what I expected to say or think! The moment the show was over I looked to my viewing partner and we argued about what we had just seen. Was it this, was it that... neither of us was 100% sure. I am sure that having not seen anything quite like IITB before, I loved it. PSYCHE-SAGA, I'm in! Great character development, intriguing storyline, intense acting by Lance Henriksen and the "new" guy, Sean Elliot was right in-step the entire film. I thought the "explains the relationship" scene was pretty intense and graphic, but after it was over I exhaled and was prepared to dive deeper into the horror of the mind. I really liked the special effects surrounding Elliot's "special" mental skills. Similarly, the soundtrack was incredible for an indie film. The only part I thought could have been better developed was the explanation as to how both characters were experiencing the same sort of devilish apparitions, if that's what they were... But, that's the part I argued with my friend about, so I guess Scooter Downey had that figured out, if in his mind only - so be it. Check this film out, for sure - hopefully on a BIG screen with BOOMING sound! Not sure what the budget could have been for this production, but they got all they could out of every shot.
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