Four young men who belong to a supernatural legacy are forced to battle a fifth power long thought to have died out. Another great force they must contend with is the jealousy and suspicion that threatens to tear them apart.
In the year 2019, a plague has transformed almost every human into vampires. Faced with a dwindling blood supply, the fractured dominant race plots their survival; meanwhile, a researcher works with a covert band of vamps on a way to save humankind.
A vampire named Saya, who is part of covert government agency that hunts and destroys demons in a post-WWII Japan, is inserted in a military school to discover which one of her classmates is a demon in disguise.
Alice awakes in Raccoon City, only to find it has become infested with zombies and monsters. With the help of Jill Valentine and Carlos Olivera, Alice must find a way out of the city before it is destroyed by a nuclear missile.
To the students of the Spenser Academy, the Sons of Ipswich are the baddest boys on campus. But that's not all they share. The four friends also share a 300-year-old secret: they're warlocks, the teenage descendants of a 17th-century coven of witches. So when the long-banished fifth son suddenly appears and threatens to kill their loved ones, they realize they must face their enemy in order to prevent him from stealing their powers and shattering the covenant forever. Written by
In the DVD commentary, the director says that CGI steam had to be added in the shower room scene, as some full-frontal nudity was visible and they were trying for a PG-13 rating. See more »
While driving Sarah to his family's first settlement house, Caleb points out the Old Putnam Barn. While they are driving it is not raining, but during the shot of the barn it is raining pretty heavily (probably due to the weather during shooting). The next shot is back to normal with no rain. See more »
The descendants of the Salem witches that evaded their 17th Century tormentors return for supernatural mischief-making
Inchoate gibberish. When you have no confidence in the story or the actors, edit the film at such a frenetic and hysterical pace that neither the human eye nor the human brain can rest on anything long enough to register anything other than delighted stupefaction. This nonsense is predicated on accepting that there really were witches in Salem in the 17th Century. In other words, the religious fanatics who burned women at the stake had it right. For those truly interested in the actual story of what happened in Ipswich, Salem and other New England towns, the film Salem Witch Trials, directed with skill and understanding by Joseph Sargent, is highly recommended. Note to user: disengage mind before watching The Covenant.
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