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Noon Blue Apples (2002)

The diary of an occult novelist sends Eris, a young college student, on a journey into the paranormal and fantastic, evolving into a living nightmare of paranoia and terror.


Jay Lee


Jay Lee
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lauren Fox ... Eris
Susan Greenhill Susan Greenhill ... Faith
Thomas Jay Ryan ... Zeus
Norbert Leo Butz ... Howard Philips
Tia Campbell Tia Campbell ... Rosslyn Chapel
Kelly Cole Kelly Cole ... Goat-Boy
Renée Ratcliffe ... Paul
Betty Buckley ... Rose Kross
George Takei ... Radio Free World (voice)
Ann Kittredge Ann Kittredge ... C.I.A. Moderator
Kia Goodwin Kia Goodwin ... Tommi
Matthew Cowles ... Malfolio
Tovah Feldshuh ... Sponge-Brush Woman
Keith Perrin Keith Perrin ... Park Freak
Lee Holmes Lee Holmes ... Nefalous


The diary of an occult novelist sends Eris, a young college student, on a journey into the paranormal and fantastic, evolving into a living nightmare of paranoia and terror.

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January 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

New World Order See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Dodi Pictures, Scream HQ See more »
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Eris: I have a question? If you don't believe in God then why give any of this a second thought?
Zeus: Well, I believe in defying authority, and what greater authority is there to defy than God?
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Scott Baio is the Anti-Christ...or is he?
5 April 2004 | by elaborate_burnSee all my reviews

I just saw this at the Phoenix Film Festival yesterday. It didn't win any awards and really isn't a traditional "award-winning" contender festival film. However, it ended up being by far my favorite film of the festival. The research and facts presented is among the most fascinating I've seen in literally any film I've ever seen. The story was incredibly suspensful and gripping. Very well-written script. Watching this film makes me angry b/c mainstream Hollywood is forcing dumbed down, moronic "horror" and "suspense" films down the masses' throats like it means anything while a truly scary and thought-provoking film such as this can't even get distribution. I would reccommend this over just about any horror or conspiracy film I've seen in the last ten years. This was also the first film that consciously delved into the "goth" underground scene that didn't have me in stitches laughing at the the film within a half an hour. If you have a chance to see this at any festival, I strongly urge you to see it, esp if you have literally any interest in the occult, conspiracy theories, biblical studies, or just a good suspensful film. This film has good acting, showy star cameos by Betty Buckley and George Takai that aren't irritating one bit, super editing, effective humor, a fascinating ending and a great script and direction to boot. Nothing disappointed me about. A complete refreshment from the feel-good mainstream hogwash that you usually see at festivals, and the terrible wannabe scary films that are sprinkled throughout. This is a film worthy of attention that probably won't get much. Would love to see a DVD release myself, at the very least. 9/10.

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