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When Red is being held captive by the biker gang, his number 44 shirt gets cut / torn. He mentions, "That was my favorite shirt." Later in the movie, Red has a flashback to the first time he meets Mandy, where he is wearing the same shirt. See more »
When Mandy is reading her book she has a Series 2009 one dollar bill as a bookmark. The story takes place in the early 1980s. See more »
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This movie is crazy and I really applaud the director for his conviction. The cinematography and colors were beautiful. Nick Cage was very enjoyable to watch an I wish there was more of him!
It kind of reminded be of another even lower budget horror film called House of Demons, which also has lots of colorful crazy cinematography shots and cult that does LSD - what a crazy thing for two movies to have in common!
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