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 ...
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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 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
Despite playing the homeless priest, I found the finished product to be quite entertaining, despite some minor flaws. The special effects were executed very well, and the story with its plot twists is very engaging. The opening sequence is intriguing and the musical score by Guthrie Lowe has a classical feel to it. It sets the proper mood for the storyline. In tackling a modern myth/phenomenon Charls Bryan has done his homework, drawing on actual reports of these type of beings. The film is fictional but has a lot of historical references. Kudos to Scholar Charles Bryan. The overall cast seems to work well together. And the men in black scene was fitting. Enki's scene took a little to long to really relate to it, although a lot of information was revealed. I especially liked the surprise ending. Good job!!! Keeping in mind this was essentially a no budget movie, Charles has worked a modern miracle. I look forward to seeing more of his work.
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