The Deaths of Ian Stone (2007)
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as Ian Stone
as Brad Kopple
as Harvester 1
as Terrified Man
as Man Waiting for Phone Booth
as Harvester 2
as Homeless Man
Critic Reviews for The Deaths of Ian Stone
Action is almost nonstop, but rooting interest palls.
The Deaths of Ian Stone shows a level of ambition seldom seen in modern filmmaking, and the final result is certainly worth a watch.
...one's ability to genuinely enjoy The Deaths of Ian Stone depends considerably on one's tolerance for David Lynchian headtrips...
An intriguing journey into an imaginative fantasy scenario, filled with strange surprises.
Probably the best of the 8 Films to Die For released in 2007 as part of the AfterDark Horror Fest, The Deaths of Ian Stone is influenced quite a bit by Memento, The Matrix and even Cemetery Man.
Audience Reviews for The Deaths of Ian Stone
A nice little surprise this one turned out to be, shame it's not more highly thought of. The story is intriguing and at least original and I was gripped right up to the end. It's all well paced and lively with some good action and decent special effects, the odd splattering of gore too but nothing OTT. The setting of the film in England was a bit of a bizarre choice with an American lead, Ice Hockey isn't even a major sport over here either! But despite those minor gripes this was a very entertaining film worthy of a watch.
It boasts an original idea and good acting but ultimately it was neither scary or interesting. Fans of horror and science fiction will enjoy it im sure but it grows tired in the second half after a good start.
Meh. It had a neat plot at first, then became some lame thing about him being a fear monster....by that point I fell asleep I think.
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