Directed by Dom Franklin.
Starring Bill Moseley, Ashley C. Williams, Lisa Wilcox, and Clint Howard.
After a Pastor and select members of his congregation agree to sell his family’s 100-year-old church to a local developer, their sins begin to manifest in front of their eyes and hell breaks loose…inside the church.
Trying to capitalize on the trend of religious horror, The Church doesn’t reach the level of other entries into this growing sub-genre. While it has enough to tell a cohesive story and features some talented actors, this feels more like a chore than escapism horror entertainment. The film is cheap, lackluster, and overall a disappointment. Thankfully horror legend Bill Moseley can carry even the most tedious of movies.
The Church opens with a couple of men in a bar, talking about the local pastor (Bill Moseley) and his refusal to sell his church.