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Jeffrey Dean Morgan,
The death of a child in mysterious circumstances sparks a series of events that seem to represent biblical plagues, which start occurring in, of all places, a town called "Haven" that is located deep in the bowels of Bible belt country in the bayous of Louisiana. A former Christian missionary turned religious phenomena debunker and her top open minded student turned personnel assistant are sent to investigate. Written by
When Isabelle walks Katherine and Ben to the Haven Church, she calls the baby in the stroller "Pud", after sound mixer Pud Cusack. See more »
When Katherine is giving Ben her list of causes for the 10 plagues, she states that locusts would have been blown into Cairo. The plagues took place around 1400BC, but Cairo didn't exist until 969AD, and didn't become the capital until 1168-1169AD. She should have used Thebes as the reference city since it did exist then, and was Egypt's capital. See more »
Hilary Swank is enough to give you the chills with her amazing acting ability and genuine bond with the characters she plays. Here, Hilary makes what is a flat film, a surprisingly compelling one. without her story the film Would be too typical to bear, and the use of religious mythology would have come too thick and too fast.
So credit for making this outing swankier than your average Omen, but for those looking for the next exorcist you won't find it. Prepare to bring your own paranoia with you for what is quite a cheap thrill, but if you jump on board the narrative and don't let your religious views control your perception you'll stay easily entertained, and assuming one has the lights off the atmosphere will create some scares, guaranteed!
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