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Born of Fire (1987)

Born of Fire





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When he begins to hear eerie music in his head, a flutist travels to Turkey to investigate the circumstances surrounding his father's death. Soon he discovers supernatural phenomena involving the use of music to bring fiery destruction to the surface of Earth. ~ Kristie Hassen, Rovimore
Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Written By: Rafiq Abdullah, Jamil Dehlavi
In Theaters:
On DVD: Oct 27, 2009
Vidmark Entertainment


Peter Firth
as Paul Bergson
as Master Musician
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The overall mystical atmosphere created gives the film a truly otherworldly look.

Full Review… | February 9, 2015
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Audience Reviews for Born of Fire

Another great release from Mondo Macabro that I wouldn't have seen otherwise. What we have here is a British/Arabic horror/mysticism film mostly taking place in Turkey. There's a lot of meaning behind this little gem though it could be interpreted in many ways. Easily compared to El Topo and Holy Mountain (wrongly referred to as The Magic Mountain on the back of the DVD. Also, they misprint Hugh Grant as High Grant in the "About the Film" section. C'mon folks, buy Mondo Macabros awesome DVDs so they can at least afford a proof reader) in it's melding of genre cinema with mysticism. As with all Mondo Macabro DVDs, this is also to offbeat to miss if you're into strange cinema.

Christopher Brown

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