Beneath the facade, is fear. Beneath the smile, is shame. Beneath the ground... is death. Environmental activist Father Douglas Middleton (Kevin Sorbo, as a most unusual priest) must stop a primeval beast preying on his eco-conference colleagues -- or fall victim to it himself. Written by
Completely absurd. Acting is terrible. The black goo wasn't very menacing. No explanation of where it came from. If it was intelligent, how come it couldn't sense that no one was intentionally trying to harm it? Hallucinations? Terrible concept! Completely lacking in tension, and interest. One of the worst I've ever seen. Thank goodness I caught it on TV and didn't pay to see this garbage. Kevin Sorbo should be ashamed of himself. I know a person needs to work to live, but he should have passed on this turkey and gotten a part time job pumping gas instead. It is a testament to today's state of film making, that proves that anyone anywhere can make a movie and have it released. Shame!
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