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Searching for Haizmann (2003)

Johann Christoph Haizmann, who lived in the 1650s, was a painter and a deeply disturbed individual. His intricate paintings of the devil and his elaborate journal entries depicting ... See full summary »

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Scott Gordon, Ron Meyer
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Credited cast:
Lucas Elliot Eberl ... Julian Cain (as Luke Eberl)
Colombe Jacobsen-Derstine Colombe Jacobsen-Derstine ... Hannah Allen (as Colombe Jacobsen)
Jenny Mollen ... Grace Robin
Clint Howard ... Franciscus Abbot
Tippi Hedren ... Dr. Michelle Labner
Erick Avari ... Father Mark Reeder
Stephen Furst ... Dr. Gaulforid
Jeffrey Reeves ... Kent Wheeler
Scott Gordon Scott Gordon ... Ron Reeves
Jude Pago ... Aaron Bay
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John C. Ashton John C. Ashton ... Grant Hollow
Kurt Bauman Kurt Bauman ... Cursing Man
John Crockett ... Spitting Man
Julia Elizabeth Julia Elizabeth ... Victoria Hollow
Frederick Frazier Frederick Frazier ... Robe Carrying Man (as Fred Frazier)
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Johann Christoph Haizmann, who lived in the 1650s, was a painter and a deeply disturbed individual. His intricate paintings of the devil and his elaborate journal entries depicting encounters with him led Sigmund Freud to diagnose him as one of the first known schizophrenics. Legend has it that Haizmann made a pact with the devil in 1650 to be his son here on earth, and therefore gained immortality. Now, in present day, washed-up child actor Julian, the free-spirited Hannah, and former teacher Grace, along with a documentary film crew, go on a search for this man, who may be the embodiment of all evil. Along the way, they get tips from various experts, which include performances from George Kennedy, Tippi Hedren, Erick Avari, and Stephen Furst. The journey takes them from the inner city to a satanic black mass ceremony, and into the depths of their own souls, as they search for Johann Christoph Haizmann, the Antichrist. Written by Anonymous

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To Become Aware of Him is to Lose Your Soul

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Official Sites:

Haizmann Website

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 March 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Acton, California, USA See more »

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Well Crafted Mystery
23 May 2005 | by moviemaniacslashSee all my reviews

Searching for Haizmann is a well executed, well crafted horror film that utilizes one of the best means of conveying a story-the mystery. Events and characters unfold as our protagonists search for the truth, and ultimately before the truth finds them. The director takes this convention a step further, allowing his narrative to unspool thru interviews and pre-recorded segments. While this may seem like a gimmick similar to the Blair Witch Project and Cannibal Holocaust, the cinema vertie style lends itself nicely to the overall style and adds to enhance the atmosphere of dread. A nicely ambiguous ending further adds to the surrealistic environment and proves to be an interesting twist.


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