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Ring of Darkness (2004)

When a boy bands lead singer mysteriously diappears the media says that he ran away because he could not handle the fame, but really the other band members killed him and have hidden their ... See full summary »

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David DeCoteau
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Adrienne Barbeau ... Alex
Stephen Martines Stephen Martines ... Shawn
Jeremy Jackson ... Xavier
Ryan Starr ... Stacy
Eric Dearborn Eric Dearborn ... Max
Greg Cipes ... Gordo
Colin Bain ... B.J.
Matt T. Baker ... Jake (as Matthew Thomas Baker)
John Wynn ... Kyle
Jeff Peterson ... Jonah
Mink Stole ... Fletcher
Jaclyn Gutierrez Jaclyn Gutierrez ... Female Assistant
Josh Hammond Josh Hammond ... Lousy Contestant
Jonathan 'Lil J' McDaniel ... Coordinator (as Lil' J.)
Margarita Reyes ... Rebecca
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When a boy bands lead singer mysteriously diappears the media says that he ran away because he could not handle the fame, but really the other band members killed him and have hidden their identities as undead from every one. With an "American Idol" type audtition they remaining band members choose a new guy to fill the place. Now he must go to an isolated mansion to be initiated, but soon learns what the others really are and decides he would rather not be party of the band. Written by James

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Once You're In The Terror Begins.

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Horror | Music | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some violent and sexual content
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 June 2006 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

Boyz II Death See more »

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Budget:

$750,000 (estimated)
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Stereo

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Connections

References Ransom (1996) See more »

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Every Little Everything
Written by Paul Taylor
Performed by Mark Deall
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so bad its off-scale
10 November 2006 | by gordon_gloverSee all my reviews

Would like to have a negative scale -10 to vote for this. Yep the Zombies tag got me. Some bad films are so bad they become fun, this isn't! unacceptably irredeemably awful not a single saving grace. Don't watch this movie set fire to your feet or perform a self appendectomy with a blunt spoon; either will be more entertaining than the movie!! Did I mention the god awful and major league irritating 'song' played all the way through this? No, ah well, I was trying to be nice but they started it! If you like music don't watch this film If you think it's a zombie film don't watch this film If you think this is a film go out and have too much to drink and then put the DVD in your toaster. Enjoy


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