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When Black Birds Fly (2015)

Not Rated | | Animation, Horror, Mystery | 15 January 2016 (USA)
Heaven is a beautiful, clean suburban paradise. Every block is populated by lush trees and lovely row homes. People are free to roam and do whatever they please, as long as they follow one ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
... Daryl
... Caine
... The Evil One
... Corvus
Victor Bonacore ... Marius
... Dotty
Erin Russ ... Eden
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adam Brooks ... Various Citizens
Mad Dashiell ... Various Citizens
Rodger Fischer ... OSWA Soldiers
William Hellfire ... Mr. Apple
Manoush ... Kitty
Sean Murray ... Reverend
Rakel Musicbox ... False Evil One
... Norma
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Heaven is a beautiful, clean suburban paradise. Every block is populated by lush trees and lovely row homes. People are free to roam and do whatever they please, as long as they follow one simple rule: DO NOT communicate with "The Evil One" that dwells on the other side of a giant wall that circles the town, which is under 24 hour surveillance by a team of soldiers wearing gas masks. The ruler of the town is a man named Caine, who plasters images of himself all around town, insisting that his citizens trust and love him. A small child becomes obsessed with the seemingly increasing flocks of black birds that populate the town. One day after chasing one he discovers a talking kitten with a broken leg, who begs Marius and his classmate Eden to crawl through a hole in the wall to help her. The kids decide to do it and she repays them by introducing them to a brightly colored fruit that grows wildly on the other side of the wall. After consuming it the kitten brings them to meet the Evil ... Written by Anonymous

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Sunday School on Acid
9 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

Albeit not nearly as disturbing as "where the dead go to die" this one is a solid work full of black humor, hallucinogenic imagery and religious parallels. The voice acting is far superior to its predecessor, sounding much like any major production whereas I felt wtdgtd definitely fell short. Soundtrack is very well done creating an excellent atmosphere for the trippy visuals. Gore and shock value seemed a bit toned down, but none the less still has plenty of good kills and splatter throughout. Sexual imagery is prevalent within the film although the male characters are equipped the equivalence of a Ken doll, which makes for some awkward sex scenes. The trademark animation seems to be improved on with less glitchy movement and flowed smoother altogether. The story struck me as an exaggerated jab at religion with sacrilegious themes. I enjoyed this movie and look forward to seeing what's next from Mr. Screamerclauz.


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