Angus and Laura love each other deeply...but Laura is holding a deep dark secret. When she leaves him inexplicably, Angus slips into a foreboding realm, where the Demon of Nothingness reigns supreme. After Laura's exit, Angus questions his role in her disappearance and sets out to uncover the truth. Working his way through a cunning gallery of underworld figures, Angus slowly unlocks Laura's secret while discovering sinister truths about himself. With nothing but his own Demon to guide him, Angus ventures across dimensions and states of reality to find Laura and win her back.Written by
This is a freaky story with some ideas that totally messed with my head. The music is great and really ties the story together. The first half hour or so is kind of a slow-burn while we get to know everyone. Even though the main characters are quite beautiful, the main guy seems like a pretty generic lead and the girl who plays Eve seems like she's reciting lines from a book. The main girlfriend was strangely good though. I really loved the secondary characters best. I think they made the ordinary world turn that much more crazy. For an independent movie, it looks pretty good and the special FX are simple enough that they aren't distracting. Once going, the story moves well, keeping us interested with twists and turns. It made me think, which is more than I can say for most Hollywood flicks.
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