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|Bryan Loves You|
Actors: Tony Todd, George Wendt, Tiffany Shepis, Lloyd Kaufman, Daniel Roebuck
Director: Seth Landau
Genres: Drama, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
In the early ?90s, a 32-year-old psychotherapist (writer/producer/director Seth Landau) began to suspect that his small Arizona community was being taken over by a homicidal religious cult known as ?The Bryans?. His entire... more »
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Callie K. (ballofglitter) from GRAND ISLAND, NE
Reviewed on 6/2/2014...
Worst movie I've ever seen! Basically like another Blair Witch Project camera movie.
2 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Strangely effective and seriously creepy movie
Mickneworleans | New Orleans, LA | 03/09/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I like that Anchor Bay can back this kind of original vision. Blending a paranoid thriller about cults and wrongful institutionalization with horror elements like creepy masks and cameos by genre standouts such as Tony Todd, George Wendt, and Brinke Stevens.
Having been filmed documentary-style with handheld camcorders, this really does feel like a set of someone's lost tapes. it's one truly frightening piece. I'm amazed by the kind of discussion that this could provoke, and that's truly beyond what a horror flick is."
I love him
cc007wonderwall | California, USA | 12/09/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"to me this is what can happen when ingenuity outweighs bugetary limitations. obviously this movie was not made for a lot of money. it doesn't matter though, because the story is so gripping that you're on the ride and totally engrossed. 5 stars. cool cameo by george wendt from cheers too."
Creepy low budget
Nathan Christian | Pitcairn, PA USA | 05/19/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is worth the sitting...it's creepy and effective, how ever flawed.
It succeeds in the first half, by creating a foreboding, unpredictable atmosphere. You really aren't sure where the movie will be going. If the movie had kept up this atmosphere and pace, I would have given it 5 stars.... but then things change.
The setting moves to a hospital, and there the atmosphere, and the story drops in quality. The main character looses focus, and his motivations and actions don't really seem to fit. He is rescued from the hospital in a poor escape scene, driven to a warehouse, and just walks away. The ending is him driving hours away to see his Mom, but, if the Bryans were as big a cult as the earlier part of the movie implied, how was he able to drive so far without stopping for gas or being seen?
I was also disappointed by the commentary. It wasn't very informative, and is cut short by a shooting by a Bryan cult follower. It's pretty much a self-love fest for Seth Landau."