A small group of Catholics led by an ailing priest believe that Satan intends to become man, just as God did in the person of Jesus. The writings of a possessed mental patient lead them to ... See full summary »
A small group of Catholics led by an ailing priest believe that Satan intends to become man, just as God did in the person of Jesus. The writings of a possessed mental patient lead them to Peter Kelson, a writer who studies serial killers. They think it's his body Satan will occupy. The youngest in the group, a teacher named Maya Larkin, goes to Peter to investigate further and to convince him to believe in the possibility of Evil incarnate. Other signs come to him as he and Maya them take a journey full of strange occurrences, self-discovery, and an ultimate showdown. Written by
The film was initially supposed to be released in October 1999. Its trailer was in theaters in Summer 1999. However, due to a flood of "End of the World" movies coming out at the exact same time (End of Days, Stigmata, etc...), the decision was made to delay the film. Its new date was 4 February 2000. However, that date was canceled after the very popular "Scream" franchise staked out that date for its final installment, Scream 3. The final release date of 13 October 2000, was finally decided upon, which also happened to be the same exact day as the re-release of The Exorcist. See more »
When Maya and Peter meet for the first time, the word processor screen on his laptop repeatedly changes. The screen alternates between a whole-page layout and split-page depending on the shot. See more »
Throughout the movie I was rather entertained. Granted, there were cheap thrills and a few startling moments, it was a humorous movie. I think that about all horror movies so nothing is special about this one yet. Truthfully, I don't have much to say about this movie. The ending sucks, it is the biggest let down of any movie I have ever seen. The whole audience had no choice but to boo this movie as the credits began to roll. I would not recommend you see this movie, ever. It's not worth the money, go buy a can of paint, I guarantee you'll enjoy watching it dry more than this movie.
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