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Gargoyle (2004)

Two CIA agents are sent to Bucharest, Romania to solve a high profile kidnapping. But what they discover is something inexplicable. An evil gargoyle, once thought dead and banished forever, has returned with a vengeance.

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Two CIA agents are sent to Bucharest, Romania to solve a high profile kidnapping. But what they discover is something inexplicable. An evil gargoyle, once thought dead and banished forever, has returned with a vengeance.

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Once thought banished forever, winged, fire-spitting creatures are resurrected and immediately begin wreaking havoc on a port city.


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Rated R for some violence and language | See all certifications »

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Gargoyle: Wings of Darkness  »

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In the scene where Fr. Bodesti is about to give a plane ticket to Fr. Soren, Soren is drinking from a glass liquor bottle. As Bodesti approaches, the bottle is uncorked, but when the camera cuts away and returns, the bottle is mysteriously corked again. See more »

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Dr. Christina Durant: [Griff, Wells, and several heavily armed police enter the gargoyle's lair and, slackjawed, discover Dr. Durant tied to the cavern wall as dozens of baby gargoyles swirl in the air and devour Father Soren] HELP?
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Russian Gargoyles return
31 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

A fellow reviewer complained about continuity, BUT if he actually watched the movie and listened to the dialog he would have known WHY the priest anointed the arrow with his blood then shot the gargoyle. Special effects were not bad, but not top of the line. I thought the shots of the interior of the church were well done. I liked the beginning of the movie, which set the tone for the rest of what happened. The acting was fair to middlin as my mom would have said. This is your basic B rate movie. If you like B rate movies it is right up your ally. Not a bad way to spend some time. Michael Pare is still a good looking guy, the ladies are nice to look at according to my hubby.


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