John Dies at the End

John Dies at the End

Directed by Don Coscarelli

Two college dropouts must save the world from the effects of a very freaky street drug which sends users traveling across time and to other dimensions. When the users return, some of them are no longer human. Suddenly a silent, otherworldly invasion is underway, and mankind needs a hero. What it gets instead is John and David who can barely hold down jobs. Can they stop the horror and save humanity? No. No, they can't. PHANTASM director Don Coscarelli's underrated gem blends horror, sci-fi, time-travel, and stoner comedies to create a uniquely unnerving film.

Two college dropouts must save the world from the effects of a very freaky street drug.

Cast: Chase Williamson, Rob Mayes, Paul Giamatti

Member Reviews

Not for me. I realized I had started this movie before. Probably stopped at the same part.

samdags
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14 days ago

Good adaptation of the book. Hope they do “this book is full of spiders, serously dude don’t read it” and “what the hell did I just read?” If you haven’t read the David Wong series, you’re missing out. Check that s*** out....

NVM123
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16 days ago

Looks Like We Are Trapped In The Basement With The Braunschweiger Poltergeist Movie. 2 Skulls for Clancy MFing Brown

Crowskill
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18 days ago

Soy sauce is a helluva drug.

therearenorules
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a month ago

Hilarious movie. Excellently written comedy, story, and science fiction/fantasy elements to it. It's bizarrely weird, and so great for it.

Nuggets22
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a month ago