Tom feels that his wife is cheating on him. It doesn't take long for his paranoia to get the best of him and he begins to murder the men he thinks his wife is sleeping with. Tom has the most inventive and gruesome ways of dealing with these unfortunate chaps.
A group of teenagers drive out into the desert in search of sex, beer, and general good times. When their van breaks down, they find a group of prospectors who welcome the kids and offer them a place to stay until they can get help. It soon becomes evident, however, that there is more to these prospectors than they claim, and soon the teens are fleeing for their lives.
Talk about your teenage symphonies to God. The Polyphonic Spree create the most euphoric, uplifting pop music imaginable. A self-described symphonic pop band crediting an astounding 29 members, their guilelessly spiritual lyrics and flowing white robes suggest they're a cult act in both the literal and figurative sense of the term, but the sheer joy of their music is undeniably persuasive, evoking the otherworldly brilliance of everything from Pet Sounds to The Soft Bulletin…
For those who don't know In Extremo, they are a band that mixes medieval and metal music, with bagpipes, harp, and several other unusual instruments. They released a live CD/DVD (Raue Spree 2005) lately and they have taken part into the Eurovision contest, which probably helped them for the charts. As a matter of fact, In Extremo has never had so high positions in charts before the live album (I think it had started at #3, then got down slowly, which is very high since In Extremo used to be pretty underground).