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All-American Kyle is the newest initiate of the Black Circle Boys, an underworld society of gothic groupies whose primary interests are creating mayhem and studying the Occult. By the time he realizes he's in over his head, it may be too late!Written by
Although this film was nothing terribly outstanding it was a bit better than the
usual teen slasher flick. Scott Bairstow is having a hard time dealing with the
death of a younger brother and he and his parents moved to another town where
he can finish up high school anonymously so to speak. This one time jock falls
in with a crowd of Goths who are into Satan worship and are led by a charismatic
Artful Dodger type played by Eric Mabius. The gang also has a Fagin in former
New Kid on the Block and future detective Danny Reagan Donnie Wahlberg. He
supplies them recreational pharmaceuticals, they break into houses and steal
It takes a while to get his eyes wide open, but eventually Bairstow figures out
that these Black Circle Boys are a truly evil bunch and that Mabius is a Charles
Manson in training.
Lots of praise has been given to those already mentioned. But for me I liked
Chad Lindberg who was rather touching as wannabe who wants so much to be
accepted by Mabius that he goes out on his own and screws up royally. He
pays a very heavy price.
Definitely Black Circle Boys is a bit better than most cinema of this type.
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