Dark Night of the Soul 1998 2003 Horror Movie Review
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This is one of the most bizarre flicks I have seen, so weird off the all and eerie it stands out more than a lot of indie films I’ve seen. A skeleton faced ghoul uses black opium to brainwash people into his occult philosophy.
Stars John Brodie who I remember as the reptile guy from the documentary “Horror Business” and directed by the wacky Ron Atkins also in that documentary. The film is used at college drug parties at PSU as one of the initiations into new frats, to freak out the pledge. It’s wacky, weird and a serious head trip. If you like films that are really different you may dig it!
About Dark Night of the Soul (1998) (2003)
Dark Night of the Soul 1998
John David Brodie, Michelle Cantwell, Dan Resha, Marq Withers, Helena Gonzalez,
Rating: 5 / 5 stars from 2 users.
105 minutesDirector: Ron Atkins,
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