Alleluia! The Devil's CarnivalHD Closed Captioning
Darren Lynn Bousman
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About the Movie
Sequel to the hit genre-bending cult musical The Devil’s Carnival. Lucifer (Terrance Zdunich) incites Heaven's wrath by dispatching train cars full of condemned souls a-crashin' through the Pearly Gates. God (Paul Sorvino), in response, readies his top negotiator, The Agent (Adam Pascal), for a trip down to The Carnival to put an end to the rebellious deeds. As the Carnival's veteran taskmaster, Ticket-Keeper (Dayton Callie), futilely attempts to ready Hell's Carnies for an impending war, Lucifer holds a private rally in his chamber. The Dark Lord recounts the fable of “The Filly and The Lapdog,” a tale that tracks the long and sordid history that has led to the present conflict between Heaven and Hell wherein an ambitious subject of Heaven, June (Emilie Autumn), oversteps her bounds and is cast out.
Saw on road tour
So when this movie came through my state for its release road tour, I bought tickets right away. I drove nearly 3 hours and stood in line for 5 just to watch this and let me tell you it was worth it. If you are a fan of Darren or Terrance, and odd musicals this will be one for you. I have followed both of their careers since they started and they just keep getting better. The actors are amazing, the on screen chimistry it wonderful. It was worth seeing it on tour and its worth owning it. Give it a watch!
NOW you’re on the trolley!
I couldn’t be happier with this film. It takes TDC to the next level, but without abandoning what made the first one so great. Good movie for any fans of Rocky Horror, Repo, The Devil’s Carnival, Emilie Autumn, Jesus Christ Superstar, and more!
One of my favorite films.
I saw this movie on the road tour in Orlando and was in the Club Cloud Seven preview, and oh, how amazing it was.
Outside of the amazing experience of being able to stand next to and talk to some of my favorite creators of this century, the movie was even better.
I've seen it… quite a few times, putting it lightly. There's so, oh so many, details to this movie, and I'm STILL catching them. Saar Hendelman is a genius, as is Darren Lynn Bousman and Terrance Zdunich (who plays Lucifer).
The music is perhaps the best they've ever put out. I'm going onto my eight month of listening to it and I'm still not sick of it.
Buy this movie.
Love this movie.
It deserves your money.