Supernatural forces collide in 'Divination'. Jason (D'angelo Midili) is a young, successful artist married to the lovely Jessica (Natasha Sims). They're filled with joy at their first ...
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Supernatural forces collide in 'Divination'. Jason (D'angelo Midili) is a young, successful artist married to the lovely Jessica (Natasha Sims). They're filled with joy at their first pregnancy and the uncanny return of their mysterious friend Dee (Lisa Coronado). But Jason is tormented by Fear (Tucker Boggio) continually whispering nightmares and horrific visions into his mind. As he descends deeper into madness an intervention is made by the powerful angel Joshua (Philipp Aurand), and his eager assistant Daniel (James Grixoni). 'Divination' is pure spiritual warfare, a thriller like no other. Do not trust every spirit.Written by
This movie could have had potential. The premise is potentially interesting, if you like good vs evil semi-religious yet psychological drama. Sadly, this movie is mostly one half unsubtle Christian Fundy brainwashing, and one half fear mongering. That combined with some of the worst acting, and terrible dialog ever seen and heard lead you through a lackluster and completely uninteresting movie. It has uneven special effects (Seriously, one second it looks almost as good as Sin City, the next it looks like 60's era Dr Who stick figure effects), with the most unimaginative cringe worthy unbelievable fake movie fighting known to man. But wait - there's more! You have really awful transitions, hackneyed plot, incomprehensible segues between scenes in and out of time, leading to the typical sort of finale that only the small fear controlled mind of the Fundy could appreciate, or like. In short, you really want that 98 minutes of your life back if you can get it. Christian Fundy garbage at it's absolute worst.
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