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2014 1h 38m Not Rated
A hopeful young starlet uncovers the ominous origins of the Hollywood elite and enters into a deadly agreement in exchange for fame and fortune.
Dark Sky Films
Cast of Starry Eyes
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Starry Eyes Reviews
Horror fans should keep their eyes on the filmmakers - and Essoe, who gives a star-making performance.
"Starry Eyes" may leave you feeling hopeless, but its bleak vision of masochistic perfectionism is clear-eyed, cogent, and devastatingly unsettling.
An age-old fable given a modern Hollywood twist, Starry Eyes is a sublimely satirical and horrific examination of the real price of blind ambition that isn't afraid to let things get nasty or weird.
Unfortunately, it becomes a grisly, exploitative Faustian romp in the second half, reduced to cliché and depending on a descent into violent gore.
It has often been said that Hollywood changes people. "Starry Eyes" disturbingly, unforgettably takes this adage to the literal brink, then pushes far beyond it for chillingly good measure.
JoBlo's Movie Network
It may take a little while to get there, but once it does it is worth taking this diabolically offbeat journey.
Writer-directors Kevin Klsch and Dennis Widmyer have inexplicably nullified the film's horrific aspects by preceding them with mundane, everyday awfulness.
The degeneration into familiar genre tropes reduces the impact of the wittily satirical set-up, with the result that Starry Eyes fails to live up to its initial promise. But the film indicates genuine talent on the part of its directors/screenwriters.
New York Times
There are hints of satire beneath the goings-on, but if that was the intent, it's too veiled.
Though it's a tad overcranked in the final furlong, the sheer energy on display and a devilishly compelling plot ultimately win the day.
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction
Equal parts occult horror and slasher flick, Starry Eyes is definitely a B movie, but fairly well done, as such.
a mumblegore Mulholland Dr., following a would-be startlet's (self-)destructive fugue through the dreamworld of Tinsel Town.
The characters also have very real and complicated relationships. Nothing is one-dimensional.
A rough, gritty indie combo of Faust and Black Swan -- set in the cutthroat world of young Hollywood.
Not a slow burn so much as a strong build up, and once STARRY EYES gets where it's going the film becomes explosively violent and shocking.
STARRY EYES' story is not uncommon, but its execution is grand. The film is harrowing and insightful, unafraid to go to places both dark and deep.
We Got This Covered
Starry Eyes balances Hollywood satire and splattery gore in a way that's both fresh and inviting, taking a typical struggling actress and exploiting her story with everything the horror genre has to offer.
Film School Rejects
This is a technically clever, often funny and human horror movie.
The Wolfman Cometh
A slow-burn, surreal nightmare that honors paranoia-filled dramas of the '60s and '70s that has a shocking payoff to make it feel entirely original, all grounded by Essoe's tortured performance.
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