S. Darko

S. Darko

Director: Chris Fisher Cast: Daveigh Chase, Briana Evigan, Jackson Rathbone

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Daveigh Chase reprises her role as Samantha Darko in this sequel set seven years after the events of director Richard Kelly's acclaimed cult hit. The day Donnie Darko died, his family died too. Almost a decade later, eighteen year old Sam still feels the loss every day. She longs to become a professional dancer, and decides to take a road trip to California with her best friend Corey (Briana Evigan). When their car breaks down just outside the dusty small town of Conejo Springs, carefree Corey bides her time waiting for a new water pump to arrive by striking up a friendship with local bad boy Randy Holt (Ed Westwick). The following morning, a meteor crashes to the ground nearby, destroying a local farmer's windmill and leaving a gaping crater in the ground. In the aftermath of that unsettling incident, Sam's disturbing prophetic dreams seem to start spilling over into the real world. Could the people around her prove the key to unlocking this unearthly mystery? Unfortunately for Sam, religious fanatics Trudy Potter (Elizabeth Berkley) and Pastor John Mellit (Matthew Davis) seem more interested in spouting religious clichés that pondering the end of the world, and Randy and the locals are too busy partying to notice that events are coming to a head. When the locals begin to gossip, Sam and Corey's friendship starts to suffer, and the pair have a bitter falling out. Unaware of the fact that they have become inexorably bound by fate to a missing child, an unstable Gulf War veteran, and a mysterious rift in the time-space continuum, the former friends discover that the world will soon perish unless a substantial sacrifice is made.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/26/2011
UPC: 0024543758570
Original Release: 2009
Rating: R
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: A1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:43:00
Sales rank: 35,699

Special Features

Blu-Ray: Commentary with filmmakers; Deleted scenes; The Making of S. Darko; Utah Too Much; DVD: Commentary with filmmakers; Deleted scenes; The Making of S. Darko; Utah Too Much

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Daveigh Chase Samantha Darko
Briana Evigan Corey
Jackson Rathbone Actor
James Lafferty Actor
Ed Westwick Randy Holt
Justin Chatwin Actor
Elizabeth Berkley Trudy Potter
Matthew Davis Pastor John Mellit
Zulay Henao Actor
John Hawkes Actor
Bret Roberts Actor

Technical Credits
Chris Fisher Director
Nathan Atkins Screenwriter
Kent Beyda Co-producer,Editor
Jim Busfield Co-producer
Jennifer Lane Connolly Co-producer
Gerry Cueller Musical Direction/Supervision
Greg Danylyshyn Musical Direction/Supervision
Sig De Miguel Casting
Adam Fields Producer
Ed Harcourt Score Composer
Marvin Rush Cinematographer
Ash R. Shah Producer
Sundip R. Shah Executive Producer
Alfred Sole Production Designer
Stephen Vincent Casting

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- S. Darko: A Donnie Darko Tale
1. Nightmares Rule/Main Title
2. Car Trouble
3. A Helping Hand
4. The Man On the Windmill
5. Message In a Bottle
6. All the Time In the World
7. The Princess Needs Help
8. Getting Wasted
9. To Be Somebody Else
10. Why Me?
11. Bandits On the Run
12. Forces Are at Work
13. The Mask
14. Better Things To Do
15. Strange, Beautiful Magic
16. It's Already Begun
17. What's Real, What's Not?
18. Last Chance
19. Taking It All Back
20. When You Die
21. Everything's Changing
22. God's Will
23. Eleven Hours Remain
24. Holes In Their Hearts
25. Fireworks
26. Only You
27. Wake Up, Start Over
28. End Titles

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S. Darko 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It makes me sad that I can't get the 1.5 hour back that I wasted on this boaring, badly acted, and pointless plot lines. I like Donnie Darko, so this was a huge let down. I'm glad I rented and not paided for this waste of time.
NathalieLovett More than 1 year ago
If you liked the first movie, this one is a little more complicated, but that fact simply adds interest to the film.
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