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Dawn Ann Billings
A religious horror movie that sounds much much cooler then it really is. This is not "Constantine 2"...at all. I say C-
"You can either continue the path your on, praying for those beyond help, or you can join me. I will teach you how to hunt and kill a fallen angel." After the floods were started in order to wash away evil, a few "Watchers" survived. These watchers find past sinners and punish them. It is up to a select twelve to find and kill them before it's too late. This is a movie that after reading what it was about made me excited. Fallen angels, battle, religion..."Constantine 2???" About 15 min in you realize that just because it sounds good on paper doesn't always mean anything. To be fair, this movie was not that bad overall. The best way to describe it would be that the movie felt like the re-enactment scenes for shows like "Unsolved Mysteries" and the talking parts in documentaries where the subject is in a chair and looking at the camera. If you go in expecting a lot you will be disappointed. Overall, not that exciting but watchable. I would call it a religious horror movie. I give it a C-.
Would I watch again? - No, barely made it through once.
*Also try - Constantine
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