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Believers (Unrated) 2007

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3.7 out of 5 stars (29) IMDb 5.2/10

Members of the mysterious Quanta Group leave Earth, abandoning it before the purging fire to come. But there's a sudden snag in their plan.

Starring:
Johnny Messner, Jon Huertas
Runtime:
1 hour, 42 minutes

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Genres Thriller, Mystery, Horror
Director Daniel Myrick
Starring Johnny Messner, Jon Huertas
Supporting actors Daniel Benzali, Erik Passoja, Brian Lally, Kyle Adahl, Nino Aldi, June Angela, Elizabeth Bogush, Saige Ryan Campbell, Cullen G. Chambers, Michael Childers, Jordan Dang, John Farley, Jennie Floyd, Michael Folkerds, Michael Gregory, Carolyn Hennesy, Charles Hirsch, Nick Hodaly
Studio Warner Bros.
MPAA rating Unrated (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Whilst browsing through the video store, deciding what to choose as my new release movie for the night I took a gamble and picked this film just for the sake of it and now I have no regrets. I thought the film missed a few things but it kept me in enough suspense to keep me watching and I was very satisfied with the ending. You won't be disappointed with this one people...give it a try.
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Having picked up this movie in a bargain bin, the thing that sold me on the movie was it was made by one of the people who did The Blair Witch Project. Getting it home, I popped it in my DVD player and began watching the movie. I expected the worst. Lo and behold, it turned out to be a pretty dadgummed good movie(especially one that was released straight-to-DVD). See, the movie is about two paramedics that answer a call from a young girl whose mother has lost consciousness in a deserted area. They soon find out answering that call was a big mistake. Kidnapped and locked in an isolated building by a doomsday cult, one of the paramedics tries to discover the truth behind a secret cult and their beliefs. Therein, the other paramedic's beliefs are challenged and the line between religion and scientific thinking are crossed. Both must find a way to escape, but only one does. The Believers explores the manipulative measures some cults use to take advantage of those who are lost. What surprised me was the ending. I really wasn't expecting it, honestly. Do I recommend it? Most definitely. It's the best Straight-to-DVD movie I've seen in quite sometime. I'll admit, it's a strange film but one that kept my attention til the very end.
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I really liked this movie. Every time a group like this pops up, in the back of my mind I always have a nagging question. "What if they're right?" This movie sort of approaches the movie from that standpoint. It's rather unique... I guarantee you, you have never seen anything like this... It's a must see!!
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BELIEVERS (2007) - Paramedics David (Johnny Messner; ANACONDAS: THE HUNT FOR THE BLOOD ORCHID - 2004) and Victor (Jon Huertas; THE INSATIABLE - 2006) answer a call of a woman passed out on Lake Road and when they get there, they find the woman, Rebecca (Deanna Russo), unresponsive, as her young daughter, Libby (Saige Ryan Campbell), screams at them to wake her up before "they" arrive. As David and Victor work to revive Rebecca (she has strange mathematical equations tattooed on her body), four men in white coats carrying guns pull up in a pickup truck, grab Rebecca and Libby and kidnap David and Victor, putting a bullet in Victor's shoulder to show they mean business. They are taken to a heavily guarded compound (actually a deserted missile base) of a cult of wackos called the Quanta Group, where David and Victor are "decontaminated" and questioned by a dweeb called IO (Erik Passoja), who informs them that in thirteen hours everyone in the cult will leave Earth to "perpetuate the species". David and Victor are then locked in bathroom stalls, as we watch the Quanta Group's leader, Dr. Talbot (Daniel Benzali; MESSENGER OF DEATH - 1988), also known as "The Teacher", using some psychic force on Rebecca's body in an attempt to revive her, but Libby tries to intervene ("You don't touch the Teacher!") and is locked in the same bathroom as David and Victor. Libby tells them that the Teacher is taking them to the other side of the universe, but they all have to go to sleep first. Thinking that everything is going to turn out like the Heaven's Gate mass suicide, David and Victor try to find a way to escape, especially when a seemingly-cured Rebecca shows up in the bathroom and offers to take them on their trip. Meanwhile, David and Victor's boss, Capt.Read more ›
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While on shift, 2 best friend paramedics, David and Victor, respond to an emergency call from a little girl whose mom went unconscious in a deserted remote area. While trying to attend to the woman, all 4 of them are captured by members of a cult called the Quanta Group, with Victor receiving a gunshot wound in the process.

They are soon brought to a large facility isolated somewhere in a deserted mountainside. David and Victor discover that the Quanta Group is composed of philosophers, scientists, and mathematicians who are being led by a mystical being called The Teacher. The Quanta believes that the destruction and complete end to the world is on the horizon where the human race will cease to exist in a matter of hours when fire falls from the sky.

The group is preparing to "leave" the earth via mass suicide to escape the impending fate they believe the world will soon suffer. The Quanta have a liking to Victor and think he'll be a good addition to their cult. With Victor being seduced by The Quanta, David must find away to save Victor and escape the cult's facility before it's too late

Overall: Believers is a gripping story for starters. Hell, the very cover art grabbed my attention and $4.99 from my wallet. The first few minutes of the movie are slow but the pace starts to build up over time. The movie is strikingly similar to the real life events concerning the Heaven's Gate religious cult. What's interesting and unique about Believers is that it's not another cult movie. The leader does not use religion to justify his beliefs or reasoning. His faith lies in numbers and a mix of scientific and mathematical equations. Unlike most cult leaders depicted in movies, he also does not seem crazy at all.
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