Ring of Darkness

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Ring of Darkness
Directed by David DeCoteau
Produced by Sylvia Hess
Charles Arthur Berg
(line producer)
Paul Colichman
Andreas Hess
Stephen P. Jarchow
(executive producers)
Written by Ryan Carrassi
Michael Gingold
Matthew Jason Walsh
Starring Ryan Starr
Matt T. Baker
Adrienne Barbeau
Music by Ryan Starr
Jojo Draven[1]
Distributed by DEJ Productions
Regent Worldwide Sales LLC (worldwide)
Release date
  • April 28, 2004 (2004-04-28) (AFM International
    Independent Film Festival)
Running time
89 minutes
Language English

Ring of Darkness is a 2004 fantasy horror film directed by David DeCoteau and starring Ryan Starr, Matt T. Baker, and Adrienne Barbeau. Although never released into American theaters, the movie was released worldwide, and translated into several languages other than English, such as French, Spanish, Italian and German.

Plot summary[edit]

The lead singer of boy band 'Take 10' vanishes. The band conducts an American Idol type contest to find a replacement.



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