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Father John Royce (as Justin Louis)
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Carlito
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Victorine Demon
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Father Jenescu is struck while ministering to the poor and looks up to see a vision of Hell - a leering demonic creature. An eye blink later he sees an ordinary patrol officer trying to help him. He dismisses the apparition until he sees another one in his church. Then he goes to the doctor to learn what's wrong and discovers that one must be careful who one trusts. Written by CommanderBalok

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19 May 1995 (USA)  »

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Squint heard enough and you'll find passable entertainment
18 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Cynical Father Anton Jonascu (Len Cariou) while giving food to the homeless with fellow more optimistic Father John Royce is attacked when the police ambush the community homeless shantytown. While he's on the ground reeling from the pummeling, he looks up at the police officer and sees a demon. Now losing his faith in God, diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor, and seeing hell-spawn, he's on the road to find answers to various questions he has. However not everyone he encounters can or should be trusted in this David Schow written episode. This was an alright episode, if utterly predictable, But for as for as David's written stuff for the visual medium goes, this is among his better efforts. and I cringe when I think of Texas chainsaw massacre 3,TCM: the Beginning, Critters 3 & 4, and the atrocious We all scream for Ice Cream. So the fact that this episode is simply OK is indeed cause to rejoice.

My Grade: C


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