RELEASE DATE WAS MARCH 2005- Block Buster, Best Buy, Hollywood
FX (Feature Film/Horror)
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FX is a classic style "college coeds in peril" horror film. The
plot revolves around a new party drug that has a hidden side effect.
The drugs origins are from the middle ages and is responsible
for the Vampire legend. The film capitalizes on the actual events
and reported side effects from the newest party drug known as
"liquid ecstasy, X20, or AYCE, a drug making it's way through
the under ground club drug scene. Moody and clever with a great
always refreshing to stumble across new indie filmmakers who know
how to entertain a horror audience..."
film is competently made and briskly paced, features energetic
young actors and has a playfully sleazy vibe similar to '70s gore
pulls out all the stops for his gooey climax, along with several
tense sequences and trippy, bloodsoaked hallucinations."
"The entire cast embraces the material with the proper mix of
respect, fun, and attitude, with Phillips quite likable as the
increasingly distraught Tuesday and Swift playing his manic role
like a less brain damaged Gary Busey."
combines a creepy concept, sick humor and onscreen savagery into
an enthusiastic little treat that's more purely entertaining than
most multimillion-dollar studio swill."
Fangoria Magazine May 05
FX is great mix of horror and eroticism as the youthful cast and
ingenious storyline deliver a chilling tale of drugs and bloodsucking
vampire fun. There's never a dull moment from the opening scene
to the surprising twist at the end. The filmmakers also so a tremendous
job creating an ominous, artsy setting that is sleek and visually
-Home Media Retailing
tight fast paced film that hits all the horror film formula tones
and delivers the goods. Good show"
Geoff Chapman Horror Film Psyche
A careless vulgar film that exploits a serious drug threat with
nudity and unrealistic amounts of blood trying to appeal to the
worst parts of human nature. That being said, if anyone sees the
film and becomes aware of this serious and dangerous new drug
and therefore avoids it's pitfalls, although highly unlikely,
that would have to be a positive outcome. [This] in no way being
an endorsement for the film."
Dr. Phillip Wagner Drug Treatment and Rehibilitations Advisor,