In the rural town of Wickenhaven, a psychotic tanning salon owner is responsible for the disappearances of many young, innocent girls, while his wife, an exotic purse designer, is willing to overlook his evil nature.
Julia Faye West,
Dawna Lee Heising,
Anthony Del Negro
When an ambitious sorcerer summons three eldritch spirits from the darkness between the stars and they mistakenly transform into vampires straight from the 1980's, it's up to three ... See full summary »
C. Jason Bolton
The incredible true story of Amethyst, the girl who accidentally consumed a full vial of LSD, on her 17th birthday, and inevitably begins losing her mind. Follow along, as this profound psychedelic adventure unfolds. Will she ever return to this side of reality again? Will her best friend, Ember, who gave her the gift, find her, in time? Consumed by a kaleidoscope of wonder, Amethyst discovers a whole new existence above ours, inhabited by female vampires, piccolo-playing eunuchs, romantic noblemen, river nymphs, mystical floating orbs, and a giant stone pyramid that may be her portal home.
What makes this film special is the music, it's superb. The whole film's like watching a 70-minute New Age video - beautiful countryside, a couple like a visual ballet, the great, old house and the music enveloping all. I don't know why they call it a 'horror', it's not. It's not even mildly scary, nor does it want to be. It's just a lovely tour of an old estate with a couple showing us what learning to be in love together feels like. There's no dialogue because there doesn't need to be any. I don't even think there's any metaphors. Just the beauty of the music, the two lovers, the surroundings, all evoking memories of places you may never even have been to. To me, it's a dream I'll revisit whenever real life squashes me. Thanks, Jared, for giving me such a beautiful thing. I hope others see it the way I do, for they're the ones you've made it for.
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