Two protagonists, Death And Angel play God and toy with the lives of humans.



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Credited cast:
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Antonio Iacurci ...
Poker Player 3
Roberto Iacurci ...
Charlotte King ...
Charlotte Modnar
Richard King ...
Ill boy in bed
Susan King ...
Charlottes Mother
Benjamin Meddes ...
Kevin O'Brien ...
Poker Player 1
Andrei Pavlitchouk ...
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Paul Scicluna ...
Hannah Young ...
Woman in Shower


Death and Angel enter a psychological battle manifested in a game of chess that is more than what it seems. Every piece taken by death results in the loss of human lives. Can angel stop death's killing spree? or will death continue to Blacklist the human race from existence? Written by Roberto Alfonso Iacurci

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Everyday since you were born death has rode beside you.... Tonight, he rides against you


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The Master of Creep is at it again
27 September 2013 | by (san ramon ca) – See all my reviews

James Spader is the whole thing in this terrorist series about a mastermind criminal who knows all about unknown crime and criminals our Fed "authorities" know nothing about thus cannot solve or prevent. Spader is this man who says he can help the FBI find them, as he did so well in the first episode. He is at his creepy best and so much better than the rest of this cast that all eyes are always on him no matter who else is on the screen, even the hottie co-lead. Too bad that this series, as so many others do, thinks that putting a cute hottie in the opposing lead is the best thing to get lots of viewers instead of casting a realistic and believable, regular-looking smart female agent(there are many)to try to match wits with Spader(that however, is a totally losing proposition).

Spader, and the very adeptly coordinated child kidnap scene in this first installment were the major attractions, with the rest not much more than typical story and character stereotypes. Megan Boone, the Elizabeth character and Spader's personally chosen FBI connection, looked more concerned with looking hot than looking like a real agent. Her inexperience, makeup, hair, cleavage..... give me a break. Almost as bad as the CSI series where every female was a hottie with a deeply plunging neckline. Totally unrealistic, as is the all-knowing, all-seeing BS tech on NCIS that can pull up in 2 seconds what anyone in the world had for breakfast. The gov't can do that? Yeah, right. What a crock it all is.

But, Spader is too good in the Blacklist to miss and I will watch more to see if the rest of the cast and the series can rise to his serious talent challenge, but I doubt it.

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