Jason Mackenzie, a lightning powered vigilante, is called into action when an ancient Scottish creature, The Caillech, returns to our world and plans to destroy it in three days.


Fraser Coull


Fraser Coull
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Credited cast:
Karen Bartke Karen Bartke ... Molly Dunn
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kirsty Anderson Kirsty Anderson ... Lena Dwyer
Sean P. Anderson Sean P. Anderson ... Demon (as Sean Anderson)
Bethany Apedaile Bethany Apedaile ... Sophia the Barmaid
Kenny Boyle ... PC Douglas
Dave Cullen-Wills ... Alex Mackenzie
Jen Dempster Jen Dempster ... Young Girl
Adam Dzierek Adam Dzierek ... Mr. Thomson
Mandy Edgar Mandy Edgar ... Erica
Nicki Fleming Nicki Fleming ... Lexi
John Gaffney ... Superintendent Charles Sloan
Gary Grugan Gary Grugan ... Eric
Mark Harvey Mark Harvey ... Frank Stone
Iain Innes Iain Innes ... Charlie
Catriona Joss Catriona Joss ... The Caillech Bheur


Jason Mackenzie is a lightning powered vigilante, bestowed with the powers of lightning and foresight from a mystical demon, Jason now roams the streets of the city protecting the innocent from criminals, ASBO teens, gangsters and corrupt businessmen. After a mysterious earthquake in a club, an ancient Scottish creature, The Caillech, who once formed the lands, returns from years in exile and warns everybody that in three days the world will end. Superintendent Charles Sloan who runs the supernatural investigation team, F-Division, set about to stop The Caillech and investigate her connections to renowned corrupt businessman Mr. Philips and his assassin Frank Stone. Jason teams up with cunning vampire Lexi after receiving a vision of a young Highland medical student, Lena Dwyer, being kidnapped by the Caillech's foots soldiers, the Scavenger demons. As both teams race around the country, Mr. Philips is playing his own game and will stop at nothing to help the Caillech achieve her ... Written by Fraser Coull

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Based on the characters of Night Is Day (2007) the series. See more »

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The most incompetent, embarrassing mess ever made
24 August 2014 | by mattdecker85See all my reviews

Where to start?

This is, simply put, the worst film ever made. It's actually so bad that I've lost the ability to express myself.

Nothing makes any sense at all.

It is so staggeringly poorly written, literally every scene has ridden with plot holes.

A bizarre and embarrassing series of non sequiturs that seem to reference a universe that we are never initiated into or know anything about (but is apparently essential knowledge if you want to even begin to understand what is going on).

It's just bad. Every element of it is bad. It's just so, so bad. Unbelievably bad.

The lead actor doesn't know how to say the word "placate" and says dimensional port holes instead of dimensional portals.

It's just bizarre.

The framing is absolutely terrible and it's rife with sound issues. I actually cried while trying to figure out how to express just how bad this is.

This has ruined my life. I will never be the same.

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10 September 2012 (UK) See more »

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