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As Night Comes (2014)

Troubled seventeen-year-old Sean Holloway falls in with a group of teenage outcasts called "The Misfits," known around town for their petty crimes and vandalism. But things begin to spiral ... See full summary »

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Ricky Gladstone
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Sean Holloway
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Sarah David
Stacia Hitt ...
Julie Rivera
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Red Chapman
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Tiffany Post (as Jenna Bowers)
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Blane Conner
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Donny Chapman
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Ozzy Parker
Paulo Vincent-Brown ...
Dillon Thompson
Alexander Christensen ...
John Wallace
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Brad Larson
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Bryan Roberts
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Mr. Hayes
Bree Pavey ...
Sean's Mother
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Troubled seventeen-year-old Sean Holloway falls in with a group of teenage outcasts called "The Misfits," known around town for their petty crimes and vandalism. But things begin to spiral out of control on "Mischief Night" - when their pranks culminate into a night of violence and mayhem on the eve of Halloween - and Sean finds himself deeply in over his head. Written by CNZ

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violence | high school | teenager | See All (3) »

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Crime | Drama

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Rated R for bloody violence, sexual content, language and some teen drug and alcohol use
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14 November 2014 (USA)  »

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Mischief Night  »

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Insanely Terrible Self Important Movie
2 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

Awful writing, bad acting, and lousy directing makes this one of the worst movies I've ever seen...and I've seen a lot. "Look at me, look at me, I watched Clockwork Orange once and now I think I'm Kubrick!" is what this movie seems to say. You're not Kubrick, bro. This movie doesn't come close. It seems to have been written by a group of 12 year olds who never actually experienced adolescence who hero worship those kids who shot up Columbine. The dialogue is awful, the "roof moment" is some of the dumbest, self important baloney I've ever heard, and the kid who plays Ricky is about as believable as a talking rat. Watch this movie if you'd like to see a bunch of people in black clothing walking down the street very slowly while the camera shoots their feet because it's "soooo artistic!" Blech.


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