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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Hadley ...
Reverend Morris
Samantha Womack ...
Staff Nurse Jude Atkins (as Samantha Janus)
William Tomlin ...
Timmy Lang ...
Patrick Cody ...
June Bailey ...
Mrs. Clapperton


The headless body of Ron is found in his tattoo parlour and Kevin is initially suspect, given that he uses a chain-saw in his work. However severance was with a blade and then two further bodies are found - one eyeless and the other minus his legs, both choir boys who had gone to Ron for tattoos. Another boy, Billy, is missing and Jude eventually finds him in the tattoo parlour alive. She is then confronted by a worshipper of the Japanese demon, Kaa-Jinn, who has been dismembering victims in order to recreate his demonic master from their body parts. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The Mark of Kaa-Jinn
25 June 2009 | by (Brooklyn NY USA) – See all my reviews

**SPOILERS** Having spent the last eight years at a medical mission in Japan Reverand Morris, Michael Hadley, had uncovered a secret about an ancient Japanese demon named Kwasami that was to haunt him for the rest of his life. By being exposed to the Demon Kwasami Rev. Morris brought him back to his Parrish, Saint Margaret, in England where he infected a number of his choirboys with the deadly mark of Kaa-Jinn; Kwasami's master from the underworld.

It didn't take long for the horrors to begin when one of Rev. Morris' choirboys-David Williamson- was found dead with his leg missing along the railroad track. What really spooked the Reverend was not only David's tragic death but that three of his fellow choirboys Billy,Martin Delaney,Matt, Adam Paul Harvey, and Jason, George Mcguire, were in danger of ending up like the late David Williamson. By them all having the deadly mark of Kaa-Jinn on them!

The "Strange One" defrocked Protestant Minister John Strange's, Richard Coyle, battle with the demons among us has him take on the deadly demon from the Far East Kwasami who was brought back to England by the now, in seeing what he did, severely guilt-ridden Reverad Morris. Being that there's a language barrier, Japanese and English, in understanding Kawasami's both identity and motives Strange is left out in the cold until the sturdy internet, which is to be cut off if Strange doesn't pay his electric bill, tracks him down.

***SPOILERS*** Wild and blood spattered slug-fest ending sequence with the Demon Kwasami's masterpiece Kaar-Jinn, made up of its victims body parts, ascending from the depths of hell to have it out with both John Strange and his girlfriend Nurse Jude Atkins, Samantha Janus, at the creepy Ronnie's Tattoo parlor. It was at Ronnie's that all of Kawasami's victims ended up getting, by having it tattooed on them, the mark of Kaar-Jinn. As things were to soon turn out Rev. Morris in a desperate effort to get Ronnie, Dermot Kearney, from marking Kwasami's future victims-with the mark of Kaar-Jinn-ended up losing his head over it. As for Kaar-Jinn by the time the movie ended there wasn't-like Humpty Dumpty- enough of him left to be put back together again.

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