Josh Carter has fallen into a deep depression from the recent loss of his wife. In his delusions he starts to see a black caped figure and becomes entangled in a secret society that works ... See full summary »
Josh Carter has fallen into a deep depression from the recent loss of his wife. In his delusions he starts to see a black caped figure and becomes entangled in a secret society that works together to learn from the ever changing patterns of IT. As Josh's battles to keep his sanity his memories of the accident start to change. As the events of the tragic accident start to unfold he must come to face the one responsible for her death. Written by
Rick L. Winters
The scenes shot in the Seattle Underground were slightly impeded due to the pervasive smell of dead and rotting rats. The smokiness in the scene was from the large amount of incense being burned to cover the smell. Thankfully, the smoke added a desirable atmosphere to the scene, and was left in. See more »
The guy who made the favourable comment has to be involved with the movie, or related to somebody who is. Nobody in their right mind could call this a good movie.
Confused plot, wooden dialogue, actors who look as if they haven't a clue what's supposed to be going on (and who can blame them), laughable special effects, and a silly 'twist' ending. Of course the problem is how can you have a twist at the end if nobody understands the plot anyway? Really, I could give a bunch of ten year olds a camera and ask them to make a movie and they'd come up with something better than this.
Evade The Evading, it's a stinker.
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