Four friends fight an insane man's crusade to eliminate sinners from a small Western town.

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Credited cast:
Kyle Erha ...
Jake
Ingrid Fenn ...
Holly
Salvatore Marchese ...
Vincent
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Ray
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Darren
Alyssa Jayne Hale ...
Sarah
Jonathan La Mantia ...
Robert / The Disciple
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'Father' Reynolds
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Tammy Banford ...
Tammy
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Chief Dick Johnson
Anthony Camilleri ...
Guitar Guy
Rufus Chaffee ...
Dulak
Jen Dulak ...
Carol Goodreau ...
T.J. Gordan ...
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The town of Ware, MA is like any other small rural town - twenty-somethings with little direction causing trouble, over-sexed housewives seducing their daughter's friends, crazy former crack heads starting religious cults...just a quaint stop off Route 9. Everybody in Ware seems to have a void to fill - they just use different means. Steve Reynolds had been filling his void with drugs, but a vision of God has now inspired him to "recruit people into the Lord's army." His methods for bringing about a spiritual awakening are twofold - either prayer or crossbow(if one doesn't work, the other always does). While on his modern day crusade "Father" Reynolds must fight his own obsessive compulsive demons as well as a checkered past, a slew of uncontrollable Disciples and a tendency to relate the Old Testament to Survivor. Will Steve will be able to save the sinners from their sins with a little divine intervention? Only God knows. Written by Anonymous

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Sin while you can.

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Horror | Thriller

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26 February 2007 (USA)  »

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Low budget indie horror
24 February 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A man calls himself Father Reynolds, he dresses like a monk from days past and arms himself with a crossbow and works for God to cleanse the Earth of sinners. The local teens don't stand a chance as they are fornicating, foul mouthed, drug takers. This film focuses on a group of teens fighting for survival.

Not a bad effort, but nothing really made it stand out from the crowd. Vic Clay plays the lead character and he is fine. Some of the teens are irritating, but get the job done.

There is one character, Mrs Donovan, who is clearly seen in an early scene. From that moment on, in every scene she is in, you never see her face. She is either talking off camera or her hair is over her face or an object obstructs the camera view. Was this a touch of the ED Wood's and the actress knew what she had let herself in for and decided to walk early on !!!!!! You decide.

Not scary, but does have some gore, mainly of the crossbow variety.

Not really much else to say about this one


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