Born of Fire 2009 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Sometimes described as “the world’s first Islamic horror film”. Born of Fire is a visually stunning trip through a world of mysticism and magic, in the style of Jodorowsky’s El Topo and Magic Mountain. In London, a musician finds himself assailed by visions of fire and destruction and is unable to finish an important concert. Later, he is contacted by a beautiful and mysterious woman who tells him that his problems are in some way connected with unusual solar activity and volcanic eruptions in a remote part of Turkey.
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