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A sinister secret has been kept in the basement of an abandoned Los Angeles church for many years. With the death of a priest belonging to a mysterious sect, another priest opens the door to the basement and discovers a vat containing a green liquid. The priest contacts a group of physics graduate students to investigate it. Unfortunately, they discover that the liquid contains the essence of Satan himself, and they also discover that he will release HIS father - an all-powerful Anti-God! The liquid later comes to life itself, turning some of the students into zombies as the Devil comes forward to release his father. Will these students be able to stop him? Written by
The recurring dream was shot on video and filmed off of a television screen. See more »
(at around 60 mins) When Lisa is typing "I Live!" over and over on the computer keyboard, her fingers in no way match the letters being typed on the screen. See more »
[after learning what they're up against]
What are we supposed to do? Just go back to work?
What would you rather have? A wreath of garlic? A benediction? A crucifix?
Then it really is Old Scratch knocking at the door.
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The opening credits last for nine minutes. See more »
This is certainly more of an intellectual movie than the usual horror fare. Much like "The Thing" (sort of the same plot development even.) the implications of the concepts in the film are what make it deeply disturbing. I haven't completely trusted a mirror since I saw this film, I doubt I ever will again.
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