Director: Paddy Breathnach Cast: Lindsey Haun, Jack Huston, Max Kasch


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Five American college students experience a particularly bad trip while vacationing in Ireland and partaking of the local hallucinogenic fungi in director Paddy Breathnach's tripped-out tale of sex, drugs, and slashers. Upon arriving in Ireland to go camping with their old college buddy Jake, Americans Tara, Troy, Holly, Bluto, and Lisa and their host eagerly set out into the wilderness in search of some magic mushrooms. As the trip starts to take hold and the group gathers around the campfire, Tara begins to wonder if she took too strong of a dose after Bluto goes missing, and she feels as if she's somehow witnessed his death. When other members of the group go missing as well, it begins to appear that someone is stalking the group and taking murderous advantage of their altered state. Could it be that this is just a simple case of hallucinogenic panic, or is there an element of truth to Jake's troubling stories of mutilated bodies and unsolved murders in the Irish countryside? The only way to be certain is for Tara to fight for her life and try to maintain her sanity until the morning sun rises and the reality returns.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/25/2008
UPC: 0876964001281
Original Release: 2007
Source: Magnolia
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:24:00
Sales rank: 52,155

Special Features

Closed Caption; Alternate ending; Bloopers; Alternate scenes; Deleted scenes; Commentary

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lindsey Haun Tara
Jack Huston Jake
Max Kasch Troy
Maya Hazen Lisa
Alice Greczyn Holly
Robert Hoffman Bluto
Don Wycherley Ernie
Sean McGinley Bernie
Toby Sedgwick Black Brother
Andre Pollack The Dog
Jack Gleeson Lonely Twin
Mike Carbery Paramedic
Anna Tikhonova Mysterious Woman 1
Goranna McDonald Mysterious Woman 2
Jake Allen Lonely Twin Double
Berry Murphy Lonely Twin's Brother
Joe Murphy Feral Boy
Joe Phelan Young Lonely Twin
Peter McMahon Black Brother Double
Thomas Creighton Bluto Double
Benjamin Wallfisch Conductor

Technical Credits
Paddy Breathnach Director
Peter Agnew Asst. Director
Kevin Byrne Special Effects Supervisor
Simon Channing-Williams Executive Producer
James Clayton Executive Producer
James Corcoran Sound Mixer
Natasha Cuba Casting
Dermot Diskin Editor
Gail Egan Executive Producer
Pearse Elliott Screenwriter
Mark Geraghty Production Designer
Rosie Hackett Costumes/Costume Designer
Eva Juel Hammerich Co-producer
Andrew Hegarty Asst. Director
Katie Holly Associate Producer
Clare Kavanagh Production Manager
Nina Lyng Co-producer
Kim Magnusson Executive Producer
Dario Marianelli Score Composer
Kelly Martin-Wagner Casting
Paddy McDonald Producer
Tom McInerney Makeup
Rebecca O'Flanagan Associate Producer
Duncan Reid Executive Producer
Simon Rose Makeup Special Effects
Nanu Segal Cinematographer
Jon Stevenson Sound/Sound Designer
Robert Walpole Producer
Simon Willis Sound/Sound Designer
David Wilson Art Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Shrooms
1. All Natural [4:24]
2. Bump In The Road [4:54]
3. Way Of The Tiger [2:46]
4. Let Go [3:54]
5. A Ghost Story [8:33]
6. Are You Leaving? [5:07]
7. Bad Dreams [5:54]
8. Cows Can't Talk [1:18]
9. Wish I Hadn't [6:35]
10. Bruno? [4:24]
11. Split Up [2:28]
12. House Guest [4:23]
13. This Is A Trip, Right? [2:14]
14. What Happens Next? [4:35]
15. Me? [2:18]
16. Water Dream [2:22]
17. Into The Dark [1:59]
18. House Search [4:37]
19. We Can Make It [3:26]
20. A Survivor [7:52]

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Shrooms 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kasia_S More than 1 year ago
This was an interesting little morsel of gore and ickiness. At times whacky and crazy, over the top and sometimes unbelievable and bit weird, it wasn't the best horror movie I've seen in a while but I enjoyed it for what it had to offer. Basically a group of friends takes a trip to Ireland where they are meeting up with some guy named Jake that has bespelled Tara, our heroine. Their whole purpose of going there is to take magic mushrooms and have an experience while camping out in the middle of dark, scary woods. Everything is going all right until they settle by the camp fire and the guide spills the beans about an abandoned orphanage where mysterious hooded monks tortured bad kids and how the grounds are still haunted. Not exactly a place one wants to be with no cell phones, help out of the way, crazies living in the woods in hand made shacks and while intoxicated on fungus of all things.

The fun part of the movie was watching the mood decline and the chill take over. The haunting and the scary stores suddenly don't seem so made up anymore and when intoxicated from taking the wrong mushroom, Tara starts to see the future; her visions are nothing short of dark and horrific. At the end it's a lot of running around, screaming, trying to escape the wrath of the mysterious black shape that is keen on having them meet the maker and trying to figure out what is real and what is simply the worst trip of their whole lives. Are people dying or is it all in their imagination, you won't know until the end! There is gore and blood and strange disturbing things, but I won't spoil them, it was more fun watching it all unravel on my own.

I liked the ending; it came to a stunning conclusion although it did remind me of a certain French film I saw last year, overall not bad and mildly entertaining for a rainy afternoon. I had my likes and dislikes about it but I'm glad I got to see it.

- Kasia S.