New York City, 1976. Whenever mild-mannered Duane Lewis hears disco music, murderous and manic impulses are unleashed. After falling into a psychotic trance at a disco dance party, Duane escapes the city and reinvents himself as a teacher at an all-girls private school. Wearing special gear to cut out external sounds, he believes he’s put the past behind him, until he’s bombarded with decibels by his disco-loving students, transforming him into a funk-crazed serial killer. DISCOPATH is an electrifying and blood-soaked nod to the golden age of Italian giallo and the films of John Carpenter and Brian De Palma.
Defies all expectations
Sight and Sound Magazine
Discopath is a brilliantly executed retro styled horror slasher
Slasher and gore fans should watch "DISCOPATHE because the good scenes are fantastic.
A swift, satisfying salute to the slasher cinema of the 70's and 80's
it's hard not to become hypnotized by this glittery, cheesy 70s slasher throwback
We Got This Covered
a modern cult classic
A retro-mad slasher pic about a man who’s just crazy for dance music.
The Hollywood Reporter
Carried off with Brian De Palma-esque bravura