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  • I know, it's a little cheezy, but I promise the movie is entertaining and the plot is creative

    • by Nikki Hanna

      I’m a huge SyFy junkie, so when I watched this movie a while back, The Many Deaths of Ian Stone, I was mystified and captivated. Of course, it’s a made-for-tv movie, so the special effects leave a lot to be desired, but as far as these movies go, it’s one of the better ones.

      Made in 2007, it stars Mike

      Vogel (Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants) as Ian Stone, a man who violently dies every day just to be rebord the next, every time in a different life, surrounded by different people. The one constant is a woman named Jenny, whom it takes some convincing before she recognizes Ian from the many lives they’ve shared. Eventually, you come to find ...

      • out that there are beings called “Harvesters” which feed off the fear of humans and have since begun killing humans and bringing them back so that they can feed off the intense fear just before death. Ian was a harvester who learned to be human and feed off love. I know, it’s a little cheezy, but I promise the movie
        is entertaining and the plot is creative. The harvesters are also well done, graphically speaking, though when Ian turns into his harvester-self near the end of the flick, it leaves a little to be desired.

        All in all, there’s nothing to lose but a couple hours of your time, and you’ll discover, I bet, that those hours were well spent.

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