Ring of Darkness

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Overview

When the singer of a popular rock band disappears under mysterious circumstances, a contest to find a replacement soon turns from dream-come-true to waking nightmare for the young singer who hopes to take the job. For years young musician Shawn (Stephen Martimes) has awaited his big break in the music industry, and when his talents land him in the final three it appears as if his efforts may have finally paid off. Swept away to a remote island with his girlfriend Stacy (Ryan Starr) and the other finalists, their ...
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Overview

When the singer of a popular rock band disappears under mysterious circumstances, a contest to find a replacement soon turns from dream-come-true to waking nightmare for the young singer who hopes to take the job. For years young musician Shawn (Stephen Martimes) has awaited his big break in the music industry, and when his talents land him in the final three it appears as if his efforts may have finally paid off. Swept away to a remote island with his girlfriend Stacy (Ryan Starr) and the other finalists, their joy quickly turns to terror as one by one the contestants disappear into the darkness.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Previews
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/29/2005
  • UPC: 687797600295
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Millennium
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:25:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 98,467

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ryan Starr
Adrienne Barbeau
Technical Credits
David DeCoteau Director
Paul Colichman Executive Producer
Sylvia Gasper Producer
Michael Gingold Screenwriter
Andreas Hess Executive Producer
Stephen Jarchow Executive Producer
Mateo Londono Cinematographer
Jeffrey Schenck Executive Producer
Matthew Jason Walsh Screenwriter
Steven J. Weller Production Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction [4:46]
2. Take Ten Music Video [3:54]
3. The Audition [4:03]
4. Showboat [3:06]
5. Who's That? [3:46]
6. Welcome [1:22]
7. The Manager [2:27]
8. Perfect Harmony [3:34]
9. Anything for a Story [6:03]
10. Strange Happenings [4:06]
11. Goodbye Jonah [1:34]
12. Life's Good [5:12]
13. The Sacrifice [4:07]
14. A Bad Dream [3:33]
15. Deceitful Lies [1:57]
16. Team Player [2:19]
17. Startling Discovery [4:10]
18. The Truth [4:00]
19. What Are You? [4:25]
20. The Chase [1:54]
21. Stealing the Soul [2:29]
22. The Rescue [3:37]
23. Twist of Events [1:41]
24. End Credits [7:08]
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Menu

Side #1 --
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   Spanish Subtitles On/Off
   Scene Selections
   Previews
      Ring of Darkness
      Employee of the Month
      Bound by Lies
      The Last Sign
      September Tapes
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not scary, but funny

    PLOT: When the hottest boy band in the country is looking for a new lead singer, a national contest is held. One of the top three picks, Shawn, is a rebellious rock star who hates boy bands and is only in the completion because his girlfriend, Stacy (Ryan Starr from American Idol) pushes him into it. Stacy, Shawn, and the other two finalists are taken to the bands remote island where they are tested to see who will win. However, it becomes apparent that not all is as it seems to be and this boy band has a dark side. UPS and DOWNS: The ups are that this movie is hilarious. The idea of boy bands being sinister is nothing new, just get one of Backstreet’s songs stuck in your head and you’ll be thinking they must report directly to Satan. Another up is that most of the actors seem to have been chosen on looks alone, so they’re easy to look at. The downs are that because they were chosen based just on looks, the acting is terrible. The best actor/actress in the movie is Adrienne Barbeau, the rest are terrible. The ‘plot’ has more holes than Swiss cheese. Over all, if you’re looking for a good laugh, especially if pop music ISN’T your thing, this is a fun movie.

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