Gayce, a take-no-shit young woman, deals a hallucinogenic drug called "theta," facilitating an audience for her friends' all-girl rock band. When Gayce's friends are brutally murdered, she ...
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An investigation into the tragic end of Apollo 18, the last US mission to the moon in 1973. In interviews conducted in 1998, on the 25th anniversary of the incident, witnesses and ... See full summary »
Cindy Lou Adkins,
Wracked by nightmares of the abduction of his stripper sister, Lucas Chance sets out to rescue her from a tangled in a web of human trafficking and experimentation, in the process discovering the dreams he suffers from are not his own.
When Chris finds out his dead father's legacy is no more than a mysterious riddle only he can solve, he's not interested. He just wants to pay a flying visit to the remote Greek island ... See full summary »
Gayce, a take-no-shit young woman, deals a hallucinogenic drug called "theta," facilitating an audience for her friends' all-girl rock band. When Gayce's friends are brutally murdered, she must solve the mystery behind the murders and protect herself from the killer. She discovers the connections between theta and the murders - and learns a terrifying truth. That the world -- indeed her whole reality -- is not as it seems.
The movie is filmed in and around South Carolina. One notable location is the club scenes which is an actual bar called The Art Bar located in the Vista in downtown Columbia not far from the state capital. See more »
Shut up about destroying the world. It's not cool!
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Remarkable achievement in homage with an inventive premise
I'm astonished by this filmI went through my teens as a weird kid in the '80s, and throughout my viewing of "The Theta Girl," absolutely every moment felt convincingly like an '80s cult film, and it kept me utterly transfixed. Its premise, an existential drugs-as-doorways action/horror revenge-thriller exploitation trip, is much more intelligent and novel than I expected on the basis of the trailer, and it's vastly better- crafted and more well-acted (even the supporting cast shone) than anyone has any right to expect from a film that cost less than Cleveland real estate. Big props to all involved on a hell of an accomplishment.
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