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Lucifer and the Magus (2012)

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A sorceress confronts Lucifer about its leading humankind to a downward spiral. Lucifer confesses to be the victim... the illusion of time is merely a result of his imprisonment. But if ... See full summary »

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Charles Bryan

Writers:

Charles Bryan (story), Charles Bryan
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sabina Charfauros Sabina Charfauros ... Sanskara
Nader Isahac Nader Isahac ... Thug #5
Rob Isahac Rob Isahac ... Thug #3
Mark Jones Mark Jones ... Lucifer (voice)
Roderick Laino Roderick Laino ... Elijah
David Hoyt Lawlor David Hoyt Lawlor ... Thug #4
Paloma Lawlor Paloma Lawlor ... Brigid
Ryan Nelson Ryan Nelson ... Thug #2
Steven Orcino ... Job (as Steve Orcino)
Joe Straw Jr. Joe Straw Jr. ... Thug 1
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A sorceress confronts Lucifer about its leading humankind to a downward spiral. Lucifer confesses to be the victim... the illusion of time is merely a result of his imprisonment. But if Lucifer is the prisoner, then who is the warden? Who then is actually behind the evil in the world? Written by Anonymous

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Short | Action | Fantasy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

April 2012 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$3,000 (estimated)
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Lucifer: No. I am not all powerful, but I don't need to be.
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19 July 2012 | by M. WuSee all my reviews

The film is quite suspenseful along with a lot of visual effects to catch the audience's attention. The sound effects and martial arts are dramatic as well. The scenes have a great transition of reality to darkness and back to reality. It would be interesting to see more interaction with the Lucifer. Plot is mindful and keep the audience focused on the main character. This film can easily extends its plot to be a 90 min movie with more martial arts and suspense. The original music fits well to the film to emphasize the fantasy. Great job for making it to the Roswell Cosmic-Con and Sacramento International Film Festival.


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