- Studio: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corporation (MGM)
- Release Date: Sep 10, 1999
- Starring: Gabriel Byrne, Patricia Arquette
- Summary: Frankie Paige (Arquette) is a hairdresser with a boyfriend. She may seem like a lot of other girls, but things happen to Frankie -- terrible things she can't understand or explain. And though she has tried everything to make them stop, they're just getting worse. (MGM)
- Director: Rupert Wainwright
- Genre(s): Mystery, Horror
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60Filled with short, rapid-fire takes, edited to a pulsating beat and punctuated with blasts of noise...the style suits the often violent material, as well as Arquette's remarkable physical performance.
38By the time the credits roll and a disclaimer informs us that there may, in fact, be a lost gospel of Jesus and that it is being suppressed by the Church, all we can think to say is, "Ah, shaudup!"
I honestly do not see how anybody can enjoy this. The story is ok, it could be really good, if it weren't for the disgusting and nauseating cinematography. Freakish looking people, ADD/ADHD style editing, it looks like a LSD trip clip made for MTV. I always wonder what the life of directors looks like who make these films. They cannot possibly be normal and functioning people. Otherwise they would not be able to come up with this superweird crap.… Expand