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A secret society races to find the lone human that fits an ancient prophecy to battle a murderous being on a rampage of death and destruction using his advanced mental powers to carry them out.
A not-too-terrible Mexican horror effort, though undoubted most of the plot mentioned above may not be accurate due to a lack of plot understanding as the plot wasn't the easiest to understand before the lack of closed-captioning made it even harder to grasp. That there makes for the film's biggest flaw, in understanding what's going on as most of it is dialogue-driven and doesn't really have a whole lot of action to figure out what's being said, and as a result it doesn't really have a whole lot of great points going for it. Those good parts, though, are actually a lot of fun due to the film's rather-ambitious idea of utilizing paranormal powers to account for the majority of the on-screen action that it has some pretty good sequences here and there, from a driver-less car running after bullies to a chase through an apartment complex and several other pretty decent scenes to make it a little better, but overall the lack of plot understandment is the big downfall.
Rated R: Adult Language and Violence.
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