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Written by Lars Muhl (as Muhl)
Produced by Kristian Borregaard (as Borregaard) & Lars Muhl (as Muhl)
Lars Muhl appears courtesy of BMG Denmark A/S
Published by Warner Chappell, Denmark
P&C by BMG Denmark A/S 1999
Performed by Lars Muhl (uncredited) See more »
The first part is rather suspenseful and the snowy dark atmosphere of Denmark is really intriguing;then all that takes place in Romania is excellent and we 're looking forward to getting more scares..
but as soon the Pentagram,the beast,and all the clichés dealing with His Satanic Majesty appear,it's downhill and there's nothing more to hope."Besat" borrows a lot from "the Omen" and a little from Carpenter's "they live" and many a horror and/or sci-fi movie.There's the obligatory unexpected last scene :it's not over when you think it is ;probably to be able to make a sequel if the movie is a smash.It was not and Satan can rest till the next millennium.
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