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‘Enter The Dangerous Mind’ Brings Dubstep To The Big Screen

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A film formerly known as Snap, which premiered at the  SXSW film festival in 2013, is now making its way onto the big screen. Now entitled Enter the Dangerous Mind, the psychological thriller will be playing for two days at Portland’s legendary Clinton Street Theater, from February 6th-7th. Enter the Dangerous Mind features a dubstep-driven score from composer Reza Safinia and is directed by duo Youssef Delara and Victor Teran.

Following the life of Jim, played by Jake Hoffman (son of award-winning actor Dustin Hoffman), we’re immediately thrown into a mind filled with a traumatic past and voices in his head shaping his every move. If the trailer below is any indicator, the directions this film is willing to go are as filthy and bass-face-inducing as the EDM-focused soundtrack it’s set to. Enter the Dangerous Mind will be available to purchase via iTunes on its theatrical release date of February 6th, and is available for pre-order here.

We will be featuring an exclusive interview with film composer Reza Safinia, as well as a review of the film, before the release on February 6th, so be sure to check back! Let us know what you think of the Enter the Dangerous Mind trailer and if you’ll be checking it out in Portland next month. Comment below, on Facebook, or reply on Twitter!

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