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Shadow Beings (2005)

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The Evil Ones have been trapped in-between the worlds for millennia. They cannot cross the veil that separates our physical world from their realm without help from this side. During a ... See full summary »


Charles Bryan


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Credited cast:
Charles Bryan Charles Bryan ... On Looker #4, Monks, Human Slave, TV voice #1, Cannabis Witness (voice)
Chris Callahan Chris Callahan ... On Looker #2
Scott Carrillo Scott Carrillo ... Enki
Heather Danielle Heather Danielle ... Kat (as Heather Haycock)
Robert Falbo Robert Falbo ... TV Voice #2 (voice)
Doug Faxon Doug Faxon ... M.I.B. #2, On Looker #3
Kurt Fillmore Kurt Fillmore ... M.I.B. #3
Scott Greenwood Scott Greenwood ... On Looker #1
Evan Johnson Evan Johnson ... Brien Boru
Mark Jones Mark Jones ... M.I.B. #1
Tracie Minkoff Tracie Minkoff ... En'Kara
Katie Reynolds Katie Reynolds ... Natasha
Seamus Seanachaoi Seamus Seanachaoi ... Priest
Ruth Walker Ruth Walker ... Book Store Owner


The Evil Ones have been trapped in-between the worlds for millennia. They cannot cross the veil that separates our physical world from their realm without help from this side. During a séance, lead by En'Kara, five friends unwittingly open a portal through the veil, which helps the Evil Ones to take possession of humans. Those who are unable to take a host appear as shadow beings, fleeting glimpses unable to manifest physically. Brien follows a shadow being through the veil to a parallel universe. He ends up finding his chase, Enki, who relates to him the philosophy on true nature of the universe. Brien learns that he has been charged with stopping the Evil Ones from crossing over before the number of their entities reaches critical mass, thus bringing down the veil. The possessed Aliester tries one last time to help his brethren cross over the veil. Brien thwarts his efforts by changing reality as he becomes one with the veil. Without the veil, there is no separation of the manifest ... Written by Charles Bryan

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Ever see someone out of the corner of your eye, but when you looked, they were gone?


Fantasy | Sci-Fi


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Kat: I've always been curious what that would be like... You know, being undead?
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Music by Charles Bryan
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Produced by Charles Bryan
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this movie ROCKS!!!
23 June 2008 | by dhlawlorSee all my reviews

This director has done another great job. His work is always entertaining .I cant wait for someone to invest so we can see what he can do with a large budget full length feature film. We all need to keep an eye on this guy he is going places. Check out his Elm st. video as well, he was able to make riding a bike down a street a scary experience not everyone has the ability to do such a thing. Back to shadow people I don't know what his budget was but he was able to create a movie that not only entertains but keeps you guessing what's next. The special effects were awesome. I have recommended this movie to all the people on my page on myspace and my friends all agree. The only thing that was distracting was some of the actors. don't get me wrong there were some great performances in there, it just seemed a couple of the actors could use a little more practice. But what can a director do except try to bring out the best in them .I hope to see this film on a bigger screen or a film festival to get the total impact of the work done.

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8 August 2005 (USA) See more »


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$2,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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