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Strange Frequency (2001)

A Rock 'n Roll version of the Twilight Zone, with stories featuring a talent agent with an ironic curse, a homicidal hippie and the Disco Club from Hell.

Writers:

Joseph Anaya (as Joe Anaya), Dale Kutzera | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Martin Cummins ... Dante (segment "Disco Inferno")
Christopher Masterson ... Todd (segment "My Generation") (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)
Brandy Ledford ... Christine (segment "Disco Inferno")
Danny Masterson ... Randy (segment "Disco Inferno")
Judd Nelson ... Martin Potter (segment "More Than a Feeling")
Erik Palladino ... Buck (segment "Disco Inferno")
Eric Roberts ... Bob Henry (segment "My Generation")
Marla Sokoloff ... Darcy King (segment ("More Than a Feeling")
Holland Taylor ... Marge Crowley (segment "Room Service")
John Taylor ... Jimmy Blitz (segment "Room Service")
Christine Chatelain ... Farrah (segment "Disco Inferno")
Brian Drummond ... Paramedic #2 (segment "Disco Inferno")
Dean Marshall ... Paramedic #1 (segment "Disco Inferno")
Shawn Reis Shawn Reis ... Bouncer (segment "Disco Inferno")
Kendall Saunders Kendall Saunders ... Tiffany (segment "Disco Inferno")
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A Rock 'n Roll version of the Twilight Zone, with four segments: "Disco Inferno," where metalheads find themselves in hell; "My Generation," where hitchhikers help you die before you get old; "Room Service," rock star room-trasher vs. the hotel maid; "More Than a Feeling," an A&R man feels talent in his gut but can't hold on to the artists he finds. Written by Anonymous

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Rock and roll will never die... we're not sure about everyone else. See more »


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some violence, sensuality and language | See all certifications »
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Trivia

This was the pilot movie, but was made up of episodes which were later shown in the series. See more »

Quotes

Bob Henry: My generation created a heightened sense of morality and free love.
Todd: Free love doubled the divorce rate.
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Edited from Strange Frequency (2001) See more »

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I'm kind of ashamed I liked this one...
22 February 2001 | by venuswickedSee all my reviews

Okay, so I watched it because the Masterson brothers are too cute for words and Eric Roberts is always a believable psycho (deliciously so) but I actually liked it!

Not entirely original (some of the stories were quite predictable) but fun nonetheless. The last story with Judd Nelson was definitely the best...and that ending actually made my jaw drop!

Might have been a bit edgier (and less predictable) if done by another channel (ahem, not necessarily MTV) and the reference to "Behind the Music" was pretty shameless, but overall an entertaining way to spend 90 minutes. Would probably make a good weekly series if they could push the envelope a bit more.

As a fan of "The Twilight Zone" I was impressed with how they put a rock and roll spin on some "classic" spooky stories and intriguing ideas about human nature and the supernatural.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 January 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Disco Inferno See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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