Tibor Takács (director of I, Madman and yep, that's on the list of movies to review) and a young Stephen Dorff take pre-teen trauma and metal love to the limit in this one.
Glen (Dorff, who smokes those blu cigs in commercials and makes Becca sigh and was also bad ass in Blade) has constant nightmares and a weird best friend named Terry (who is totally the most metal geek kid in cinema forever and ever). Together, they find a geode in the backyard and get blood on it. Because that's what you do.
When Glen's folks leave for the weekend and put his sister Al the sitter, you know there's going to be boys coming over and parties. No shock there. What is shocking is that they decide to read some incantations and break open the geode, which leads to Terry's dead mom coming back from the grave. Or maybe it was just Glen's dog Angus, who dies as a result of the monkeyshines.
Terry's awesome — a D&D loving, occult obsessed kid that I totally identify with — and he believes that a metal album is the key to Terry's backyard, which he believes is a domain of evil gods. They actions opened the gate to the netherworld and it's a good thing they didn't make a sacrifice. Just then, one of Al's friends dumps the dead dog in the backyard. Oh no. Oh yes.
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Fantasy / Horror
Fantasy / Horror
Two young boys accidentally release a horde of nasty, pint-sized demons from a hole in a suburban backyard. What follows is a classic battle between good and evil as the two kids struggle to overcome a nightmarish hell that literally begins to take over the Earth.
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