While driving at night on a lonely road, the car of estranged couple Don and Nancy is hit twice by another car in the middle of nowhere. Nancy asks for help and unpleasant sheriff Cleveland... See full summary »
David James Elliott,
Heather Marie Marsden,
Joan Burrows returns to her hometown for her niece's graduation, only to be confronted by the serial killer she thought she offed years ago -- after he kidnapped and tormented her and killed her best friend.
On an annual hiking trip, a group of college students find themselves caught in the middle of a government conspiracy. Now they are stalked by those determined to keep this secret from ever getting out.
A teenage orphan on a journey of self discovery starts a video journal when he begins to experience black outs and health issues. When his dog is found dead and his girlfriend goes missing his quest turns to discovering who is responsible.
You know when a dire introductory scene is followed by some 'I've found a suitable special effect' opening titles that the film is going to reek.
There's a failsafe plot from the religion/occultism barrel and, as always seems to be the case, a strong title and well worded blurb promises a decent film, perhaps along on the lines of Constantine.
Sadly the whole premise of angels and demons and other worldiness is utterly lost in what I presume to be a "relationships and how they change under odd circumstances" film.
Some pretty dire dialogue (and there isn't much else of note in the production) has that off-putting whiff of looked-good-on-paper. Don't be expecting any exciting imagery or scenes, the angels shop at K-Mart and live in condos.
Oddly there are a few seasoned hams in this film but they only serve to emphasise other inadequacies in the production. In some scenes you can almost see them 'thrash in the water' to sustain their personal credibility as actors.
Pretty dire throughout.
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