After a disturbing night, Dr. Michael Foster wakes up to find his wife, Ann, has vanished. The local people are most unhelpful, and the rumor mill whispers that Ann ran off with their daughter's attractive teacher. The only clues to Ann's disappearance are a bloody circle on a wall, a dying raven, and strange images of his daughter and Ann. In an attempt to piece those clues together, Michael uncovers Ann's involvement in an ancient sect composed of witches in modern day New York, who would do anything to dominate the world-- including murder. However, the closer Michael gets to finding his missing wife and uncovering the deadly truth, the more he finds that powerful people are involved in the mystery. Now, the only thing Michael can trust is that he cannot trust anyone. Will he find his wife in time, before they get him first?Written by
If you have made it through part 1, part 2 will make it all worthwhile
I wish to say that I found this mini-series definitely far better than the other reviewers and am not sure what they were basing their opinions on since the two reviews that I read even stated that they only saw the first part and not the second part of this mini-series, although to be fair, one did say they saw the second part but at 4x the speed running it through so fast that how would they know enough to review.
Anyways, without giving anything away, I feel I did not waste my time watching both parts one & two of "The Gathering". It did have some plot holes and some weak spots but in general and over-all I felt this to be worth far more than the reviews I read here.
I read the critics reviews of "The Gathering". They gave it a much more honest interpretation and that was what I based my decision to watch it on. I am very glad I did. It doesn't really get going until part 2 but part 1 is necessary to give the background and build the atmosphere.
So in summary, if you have made it through part 1, part 2 will make it all worthwhile.
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