Ride the Cyclone

Movie • 2016  

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In a dilapidated warehouse at an abandoned amusement park, an aging mechanical fortune-teller called The Amazing Karnak comes to life, and brings with him a ghostly choir of five deceased high-schoolers - all members of the Saint Cassian Chamber Choir, who were tragically killed on the park’s Cyclone roller coaster. Now, Karnak has the power to return one of these youths to life - but they must all decide among themselves who is the most worthy of a second chance to “ride the cyclone” that is life.
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Does the dog die?
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Are animals abused?
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A rat named virgil dies
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The whole choir dies on a roller coaster but it is not shown
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A choir of teenagers is killed during a roller coaster failure, but this is not shown onstage. It is only mentioned.
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A talking novelty machine (Karnak) and a rat (Virgil)
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There is an offhand comment by a character who asks if anyone else just peed themselves, to which no one responds and she says “me neither”. It’s not shown, but rather implied.
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No one graphically has sex, however it is discussed at length by many of the characters. One of the characters is sexually promiscuous and sings about embracing new men every night as a hooker (“Noel’s Lament”).
Another character sings about sleeping with various women, and most of his song does discuss sex (“Space Age Bachelor Man”).
Another character discusses losing her virginity to a random carnival goer at the fair.
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It is not shown onstage, but a character does briefly describe that she lost her virginity to a random carnival goer in a porta-potty.
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