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Through the Fire (1988)

A young woman asks a policeman to help her find her missing sister. They find a medallion, sought after by some worshipers of demon Moloch, a beast that may be invoked and wreaks havoc, but can only be stopped with the amulet.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tamara Hext ...
Sandra Curtis
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Nick Berkley
Randy Strickland ...
Randy Sternman
Billie Carroll ...
P.J.
Dan Shackleford ...
Gary
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Oscar (as John Davies)
Wendy Wade ...
Janet
Terry Wegner ...
Al
Martin Smith ...
Harry
Lourdes Regala ...
Rita
Dan Robbins ...
Ian
Britt Scarborough ...
Mr. Skippy
Danny Hulsey ...
Security Guard
Cindy Able ...
Conni
Tracy Baldwin ...
Marilyn Curtis
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A young woman asks a policeman to help her find her missing sister. They find a medallion, sought after by some worshipers of demon Moloch, a beast that may be invoked and wreaks havoc, but can only be stopped with the amulet.

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Some things never rest in peace

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18 April 1997 (USA)  »

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The Gates of Hell Part II: Dead Awakening  »

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Through the Fire
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Barely worthwhile and not all together good
21 April 2011 | by (Los Angeles, Ca) – See all my reviews

A woman's search for her missing sister results in the discovery of a strange cult of demon-worshippers who accidentally unleashed a monstrous creature and must fight it off in order to survive.

This here was just utterly pitiful and plain bad. The detective investigation angle makes for absolutely nothing at all of any interest as the two go around and basically come away with nothing, taking up nearly half of the running time to wind up right back at the starting point and leaves it entirely useless since it's suddenly interrupted by a third party hunting the group all-along, making it unsure why that was introduced so late into the film. That makes it completely lack anything in terms of action, being restricted to a paltry gunfight in the house and the final encounter in the abandoned warehouse, which admittedly does have some good points as its dark, dank location, forever-expanded hallways and numerous rooms provides a nice battleground for a few suspenseful moments here and there, which is mixed with some energy and enthusiasm to provide some fun that way. Even still, the criminal lack of gore, either through off-screen attack/on-screen splatter thrown onto the walls, rapid-fire editing or obstructive angles makes for very little that will invite gorehounds in, and the fact that the creature is relegated to the final ten minutes makes it a non-factor in its own film and looks ridiculous when it appears. Really only has the finale to be watchable, the rest is just worthless.

Rated R: Adult Language, Graphic Violence and Brief Nudity


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