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Plot: Four friends on their way to Coachella stop off in Los Angeles to tour true-crime occult sites, only to encounter a mysterious young runaway who puts them on a terrifying path to ultimate horror.
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Not a bad movie and a bit different
Seeing the ratings on IMDb I wondered why the ratings for this movie were so low.
It is not a bad movie by any means.
I wouldn’t say it is going to win any prizes for originality or any spectacular productions value – but it is watchable.
Most of the characters are well acted, the production is good, and the story isn’t bad.
The story could have been told with a bit more depth and I felt that some parts that could have been explored were just left hanging – which did detract from the quality of the story telling somewhat.
I think the ending could have been more engaging and done better too.
Overall I would say its one to watch if you are in the mood for a bit of light horror.
Teens In Trouble
It seems more and more horror movies these days want to focus on the occult and Satanism. Perhaps that’s due to the declining interest in religion these days. But if so then why fear the opposite of something you don’t believe in? Perhaps the end result will swing the pendulum back towards faith. In the meantime we have movies like SATANIC.
A group of teens is out on a road trip, heading for the latest incarnation of Coachella. But before hitting the music fest they decide to take a detour through the streets of Los Angeles. One of the group is a buff on occult murders that have taken place in the city. He and his girlfriend chide the other two into checking out several locations, a sort of tourist guided trip into the macabre.
Along the way they pick up a hitchhiker who shows them a location where an accused Satanist killed himself. In spectacular fashion the hitchhiker follows suit, cutting her throat in front of the foursome who understandably freak out. Rather than get caught up in a murder investigation they hightail it out of the hotel.
The group next approaches the owner of an occult shop who talks to them. Intrigued they follow him as he makes his way to a secluded backwoods area and a house there. Looking through windows they see the man and a group of followers about to sacrifice a young woman and rescue her. But things are not always what they seem.
Horror fans have taken to bashing this film nonstop online and rightfully so. There are no likable characters in the film with all four teens coming off as obnoxious spoiled rich kids looking for kicks. The fact that one couple is interested in the occult only to freak out at the first sign of anything that involves satanic rituals shows them to be a couple of posers more in touch with shopping at Hot Topic than an actual interest in the occult.
Fans will also be disappointed that there isn’t more gore in the film or actual frightening aspect the entire proceeding. One minor twist towards the end is a nice touch but after sitting through the rest of the film you find yourself not caring any longer. The main star of the film is Sarah Hyland who has been a major actress in the TV series MODERN FAMILY. My guess is she wanted to be in something more “adult” and “edgy” but the end result is far from that. Instead we get another straight to DVD movie that offers little.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 25 min (85 min)
Director Jeffrey G. Hunt
Writer Anthony Jaswinski
Actors Sarah Hyland, Steven Krueger, Justin Chon
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format D-Cinema