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Judgement Day (1988)

Two travelers stop over in a small village named Santana. Unbeknownst to them, Santana is a village where, once a year, Satan comes to Earth to claim souls, and they just happened to enter the village on that day.

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Credited cast:
Ken McLeod ...
Charlie
David Anthony Smith ...
Pete
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Sam
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Priest
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Octavio
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jenny A. Andrada
Joe Mari Avellana ...
(as Joe Mar Avellana)
Eddie Gaerlan ...
(as Edmundo Gaerlan)
Geraldine
Gloria Hayes
Nigel Hogge
Tita Muñoz
Jennifer Perez
Brett Sargant ...
(as Brett Sergeant)
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Two students on vacation in Mexico feel that they that wandered into a tropical paradise. Little do they know that they have wandered into Satan's lair. Written by Ryan New <jeep93@msn.com>

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Horror

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PG-13
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24 October 1988 (West Germany)  »

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The Third Hand  »

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Tecically Inept horror film. No Suspense.
13 August 2000 | by (Lake Isabella, CA) – See all my reviews

At the dawn of the great movie THE KEEP, This movie hit bottom when it was released into theaters around the same time. With having THE KEEP Being rated R and this movie PG-13 There is found to be no scares and poorly special effects. Especailly Ceaser Romero's wasted performance as Satan. What people had in mind when it was viewed was nothing new, and 'Judgement Day' is so terrible no suspense can be found here.

Sank like the Titanic.


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