Vancouver Homicide Detective Porhowski likes her job, but her father would rather she do something less dangerous, like work for him in his latest project, specifically overseeing the renovation and ultimately managing the seniors care facility he has just purchased. One day, a man, who she later learns is drug dealer Ryan James, walks into the police station, and reports to her a fantastical kidnapping and murder. He states that he and four other men unknown to him were kidnapped, and taken to an underground parking garage where they were forced by a "voice" to play games against each other for their lives. The five were chosen for the sins they have committed. The loser of each game is shown a film of his sin before he is killed by a supernatural force. James was able to escape with the help of the garage's janitor, a man calling himself Joe Balberith. Porhowski dismisses his story, but her partner, Detective Nolan, and Police Constable Banks follow up on some leads regardless. But ...
Inspired by true events
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for violence including sexual assault, language and some drug content
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Did You Know?
The bathroom mirror Michael Eklund cracked with his forehead in the fight scene with Sarah-Jane Redmond was real. Breaking it was not planned. The actors remained in character and continued with their performance, allowing the take to be used in the film. See more
At the beginning we are told about the first documented demonic possession in 1612. We then see a priest supposedly writing about this with a metal nib ink pen. But metal nib ink pens were not created until the early 1800's. Before then most pens were made from feather quills. See more
They are as all men, made or unmade by themselves, creators of their own destiny. And just as like is drawn to like, they attract not what they want, but that which they are. Those responsible, and those who fall victim tonight are one and the same. They are all sinners.
Film opens with following scroll: In the year 1612, renowned exorcist Father Sebastian Michaelis wrote about a possessed nun, Sister Madeleine, at Aix-en-Provence, France. The demon possessing Sister Madeleine revealed itself as a fallen angel. The following was inspired by Father Michaelis' writings. See more
The Devil You Know
Written by Daryl Bennett
& Damon Vignale
Vocal Performance by Dalannah Bowen
(as Dalannah Gail Bowen) See more