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Ring of Darkness

Ring of Darkness Woof! 2004 (R)

Boy band zombies. Pop singer Shawn (Martines) reluctantly agrees to girlfriend Stacy's (Starr) demands that he try out to be the replacement lead singer of boy band Take Ten. Shawn and two other finalists are whisked away to a secluded island and discover that the band members are zombies who use black magic to stay young and on the charts. An unfortunate Barbeau plays their evil manager. Grating music and no frights—except for that plotline. 85m/C DVD . Jeremy Jackson, Adrienne Barbeau, Mink Stole, Stephen Martines, Ryan Starr, Eric Dearborn, Greg Cipes; D: David DeCoteau; W: Matthew Jason Walsh, Ryan Carrasi, Michael Gingold; C: Mateo Londono. CABLE

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