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Death of Evil (2009)

Not Rated | | Action, Mystery, Thriller | Video 26 October 2010
A Native-American man discovers that his pregnant wife comes from an ancient family of devil-worshipers and has plans both for his unborn child and him, plans which he must use his own spiritual powers to thwart.

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David Thunder
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Julieta Asher (as Natash Blasick)
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Thosen
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Kenny
Monique Yates Jr. ...
Mother (as Monique Yates)
Mario Nitus ...
Gaurd
Joseph Angelico ...
Gaurd 2
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Mama Tula
Carlton Holder ...
Sage
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Stanley Griego ...
Indian
Silke Kindle ...
Lacy
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Friend (as Katia Katalan)
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A Native-American man discovers that his pregnant wife comes from an ancient family of devil-worshipers and has plans both for his unborn child and him, plans which he must use his own spiritual powers to thwart.

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Death of Evil ??
14 June 2011 | by (i1chocolat.blogspot.com) – See all my reviews

Awww come on! Please spare me the horror, because there ain't any! This film is a pile of turd, waiting for unsuspecting people to watch it.

The film did start on a good-footing, having me wanting to know how it develops. However, just 10minutes into the film, I have already known the ending! What's up with that? To make the film sells, the corny producer did fit in a brief sexual scenes (no full-frontal nudity, though) & I was left wondering as to what this scene complement the entire storyline? Corny dialogues were around, you'd have to duck to escape from being hit, haha. It did make the film unbelievable, to an extent it makes the film comical rather than horrifying.

No gore scenes, no overly violent scenes either. A calculative move to make it classified as General Viewing? Heck, there's more violent scenes in cartoons nowadays than this film.

All in all, a poor film, worth avoiding.


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