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Soulkeeper (2001)

Two thieves down on their luck get hired to steal the Rock of Lazarus, an ancient relic capable of returning evil souls to earth.

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(as Darin James Ferriola)

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(as Darin James Ferriola)
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Cast

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Old Bum
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Demon
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Buxom Blonde
Vincent Berry ...
Frederick Finch
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Magnificent Martha
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Male Tour Guide
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Cindy Day ...
Green-Eyed Girl
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Blue-Eyed Girl
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Angry Soldier
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Smokey
Gregory Douglas ...
Security Guard
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Brian Drillinger ...
Magus' Servant
Bob Druwing ...
Drunk Soldier
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Two thieves down on their luck get hired to steal the Rock of Lazarus, an ancient relic capable of returning evil souls to earth.

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Evil Is Making A Comeback See more »


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Rated R for scenes of strong sexuality, language and some violence | See all certifications »
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13 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Our Souls to Keep  »

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1.85 : 1
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Goofs

When Corey and Terrence are gearing up for their raid on Magus's Mansion Terrence bring what is apparently some kind of explosive mine and flips it over showing a large wad of plastic explosive with wires attached to it. However when we see the mine again while Terrence is perched above the ritual chamber the bottom is visible just before he slips and drops it and there's nothing on the bottom. See more »

Connections

References The Crying Game (1992) See more »

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Livin's Gonna Kill Ya
Written by Devin Powers and Jimmy Sage
Performed by Devin Powers and the Vents
Courtesy of Sonic Nirvana Records
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Delightful supernatural adventure.
15 December 2003 | by (London, UK) – See all my reviews

This is a very entertaining film which I only discovered through the now essenjtial combination of eBay and the IMDB.

The two leads, who remind me of a young John Ritter and a young Patrick Swayze, are likeable. They master that difficult trick of showing spiritual development whilst being funny. Their confessions are delightful: "I once owned a copy of Judas Priest's Unleashed in the East".

There'a great cast of support players including Brad Dourif, Robert Davi and Karen Black.

The direction is very smart, with plenty of good tricks. I liked the snaring of the heroes in their first assault on Simon Magus's mansion.

Simon Magus! That's a nice piece of Christian lore to firm up the story's background.

The plotting is neat with some of the less understandable interludes made clear at the film's resolution which had a surprisingly wistful quality.


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