Strange Frequency (2001)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Fantasy, Horror


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A Rock 'n Roll version of the Twilight Zone, with stories featuring a talent agent with an ironic curse, a homicidal hippie and the Disco Club from Hell.


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Directors:

Mary Lambert , Bryan Spicer

Writers:

Joseph Anaya, Dale Kutzera, Dan Merchant

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27 February 2001 | khanada rhodes
10
| this rocks!
this is a really good movie. like the taglines say, it's the twilight zone meets rock n roll. of course, my favourite is "room service." it features john taylor. too bad they identified him as "john taylor of duran duran," even though he quit the band over four years ago! anyway, this really showcases his acting talents to the general vh1-viewing public, since i'm sure 95% of the people watching it haven't seen "sugar town." i just hope he doesn't keep getting typecasted as playing a rock-n-roller in all his movies. he was previously in "a diva's christmas carol," but unlike that movie, and "sugar town," this movie shows his ability to act as a serious person, and also kind of lets us see what life might have been like for him in the mid/late 80's (the fame, the parties, the girls, the hotel rooms). a great movie!

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