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Stephen Dorff And Bella Thorne Star In DIVINITY’s Hallucinogenic NSFW Red Band Trailer

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Eddie Alcazar’s Divinity has been hailed by critics as an instant cult favorite, and the latest NSFW teaser demonstrates just why.

The film is executive produced by Steven Soderbergh, who previously teamed with Alcazar on his first feature-length film, Perfect

The upcoming science fiction thriller Divinity is about two mysterious brothers who kidnap a billionaire who’s obsessed with finding immortality. While the kidnapping is underway, a mysterious and seductive woman guides them on a journey of self-discovery. View the red band trailer below.

The film stars Stephen Dorff as Jaxxon Pierce, Karrueche Tran as Nikita, Bella Thorne as Ziva, Scott Bakula as Sterling Pierce, Moises Arias as Star, Caylee Cowan as Felicity, and Michael O’Hearn as Rip.

The official description for the film reads, ” Two twins (Jason Genoa and Moises Arias) crash into a dying Earth to stop a man named Jaxxon (Stephen Dorff) from making an immortality potion named Divinity, that his father (Scott Bakula) had worked on before dying. The potion promises its customers the ability to stop aging in the mind and body, but it’s revealed that the process also demands fetuses, which is bad news for a human civilization with a 97% infertility rate.”

In a press statement, the film’s distributors Utopia and Sumerian wrote, “Our worlds collided when falling in love with Eddie’s film and vision for Divinity. The film represents a cultural crossroads of film, music, fashion and art. We believe that this partnership represents the beginning of a new era where stories can live on screen and off the screen by blurring the lines between a film itself and the integral components that compose a film’s DNA.”

In addition to the wild plot, Divinity also features a score crafted by Cypress Hill member DJ Muggs and American composer, Dean Hurley (Twin Peaks).

Thanks to its limited screenings the film as a 61% approval rating from 36 critics on Rotten Tomatoes and an audience approval rating of 90%. 

In their review, the Los Angels Times wrote, “A movie destined for a cult following and subsequent midnight showings, “Divinity” does commit the sin of placing style over substance, but there’s enough of the latter to keep one’s mind spinning along with it.”

Inverse was a little more disparaging in its review, writing, “Eraserhead meets Frankenstein by way of a perfume ad.”

Reviews seem to indicate that Divinity is highly divisive, but that could be intentional—there isn’t a middle ground with this movie—you will either love it or loathe it.

Divinity previously had a limited theatrical run in New York and Los Angeles in October but opened nationwide this past Friday, November 3.



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