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Director Panos Cosmatos (Beyond the Black Rainbow) returns with his second feature film, a hypnotic thriller set in 1983. Nicolas Cage stars as Red Miller, a man who is living an idyllic existence in the woods with the love of his life, Mandy (Andrea Riseborough) – until their peace is violently shattered by a sadistic cult. Obviously this means Red will seek bloody, ultraviolent vengeance upon those who have desecrated his life and slaughtered his love. And by extension: Nic Cage is gonna have a chainsaw duel.
- Nicolas Cage
- Andrea Riseborough
- Linus Roache
- Ned Dennehy
- Olwen Fouéré
- Richard Brake
- Bill Duke
- Line Pillet
- Clément Baronnet
- Alexis Julemont
Did You Know?
- Sam louwyck set to star in the movie with nicolas cage
- When Red encounters The Chemist, he appears to be preparing a batch of the cult's LSD by soaking a sheet of paper in a clear liquid, which would create what is known as "blotter acid", which is small squares of paper soaked in liquid LSD. He is handling the liquid LSD with his bare hands; doing this would render The Chemist with a dose far more than enough to render him delirious and non-functional for several days at minimum.
- Red Miller: That was my favorite shirt!
Atom User Reviews
Read the reviews and was so pumped... Movie was entertaining but not sure how Rotten Tomato’s had it at 98% fresh... Good movie to rent , first 40 mins are slow , then picks up. Reminded me of Sam Raimi’s evil series. Give it a solid 3 stars.
It’s a weird movie. Start to end. Not sure what the main point is. Entertaining though
It’s a deliberately paced, ultraviolent, outlandishly stylish delivery system for Nicolas Cage’s wild-eyed acting style, and a thoughtful meditation about why Death Metal totally rules.
A sensuous swath of striking imagery and otherworldly atmosphere, Mandy is a hypnotic, bloody pleasure.
Cosmatos' ability to put us in Red's head — overwhelmed at first with pain and fury, then saturated by the strange drugs he for some reason feels compelled to try — make this much more than the usual exercise in vicarious bloodshed.