Gayce, a take-no-shit young woman, deals a hallucinogenic drug called "theta," facilitating an audience for her friends' all-girl rock band. When Gayce's friends are brutally murdered, she ... See full summary »

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Victoria Elizabeth Donofrio ...
Gayce
Shane Silman ...
Brother Marcus
Darrelle D. Dove ...
Derek
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mike Amason ...
Papa Shogun
Christopher Bickel ...
Young Papa Shogun
Aaron Blomberg ...
Brother Bobby
Aaron Blomberg ...
Brother Bobby
Kenneth Briere ...
Leonard
Shawn Dell Corley ...
Gus the Bartender
Quinn Deogracias ...
Yolanda
Nick Dunn ...
Sound Guy
Caley Fleming ...
Victoria
Stanford Gardner ...
Gayce's Dad
Nikki Gonzalez ...
The Entity
Brice Hall ...
Dex
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Gayce, a take-no-shit young woman, deals a hallucinogenic drug called "theta," facilitating an audience for her friends' all-girl rock band. When Gayce's friends are brutally murdered, she must solve the mystery behind the murders and protect herself from the killer. She discovers the connections between theta and the murders - and learns a terrifying truth. That the world -- indeed her whole reality -- is not as it seems.

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She brought the pills. He brought the kills.

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13 October 2017 (USA)  »

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$14,000 (estimated)
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Derek: That stuff makes people go crazy!
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Remarkable achievement in homage with an inventive premise
16 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

I'm astonished by this film—I went through my teens as a weird kid in the '80s, and throughout my viewing of "The Theta Girl," absolutely every moment felt convincingly like an '80s cult film, and it kept me utterly transfixed. Its premise, an existential drugs-as-doorways action/horror revenge-thriller exploitation trip, is much more intelligent and novel than I expected on the basis of the trailer, and it's vastly better- crafted and more well-acted (even the supporting cast shone) than anyone has any right to expect from a film that cost less than Cleveland real estate. Big props to all involved on a hell of an accomplishment.


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