In Middle America, three horny teenagers travel to Cooper’s Dell after responding to an older woman’s online invitation for sex. However, their schoolboy fantasy turns sinister as Christian extremists, led by the twisted preacher Abin Cooper (Michael Parks), hold them captive in a compound known as the Five Points Church. As the Pastor and his congregation embark on a reign of terror forcing the boys to witness executions before being prepared for their own death, they have to contend with the arrival of Federal Agent Joseph Keenan (John Goodman) and his team who are armed, dangerous and ready to bring them all down.
Stylish, compelling and visually exhilarating, Red State is unlike anything Kevin Smith has ever made before.
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I've watched this film a few years ago in Sitges Film Festival, so I already knew about the filmic quality of it and the first incursion of Kevin Smith into horror genre. I wanted this on my collection, so I decided to order this DVD expecting just have the flick on my place, but the great surprise came with almost two hours of special features (including several documentaries, audio-comments...) with Smith's finest filmmaking lessons. The video-audio quality of this copy are good, considering we're talking about a DVD and not a BluRay Disc. This is a great buy for any fan of the genre, the director, or simply good filmmaking. And more taking a look to its price.
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