After a series of inexplicable murders sweeps a small, isolated community, Father Henry goes to a local police detective with a theory on why the murders are occurring.


Kevin Carraway


Matthew Robert Kelly (as Matt Kelly)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Vinnie Jones ... John Elliot
Christian Slater ... Father Henry
Emily Tennant ... Heather Elliot
Jake Croker Jake Croker ... Robbie Mueller
Aren Buchholz ... Greg
Matthew Robert Kelly ... Detective Fleming (as Matt Kelly)
Brittney Wilson ... Cindy
Jedidiah Goodacre ... Matt
Jillian Fargey ... Elizabeth
Chris Shields ... Teacher
Anna Galvin ... Laura
Sydney Waack Sydney Waack ... Young Heather
Ryan Grantham Ryan Grantham ... Young Robbie
Jason Burkart ... Janitor
Bal Nagra Bal Nagra ... Boy #1


Father Henry goes to a local police detective and they learn that a troubled teen with a dark past has recently moved to town and has set his sights on the cop's beautiful, young daughter. Father Henry, who turns out to have secrets of his own, finds himself pitted against a demonic force more diabolically evil and twisted than any of them could have imagined. Written by Movie Girl

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Evil never dies......




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In the locker room a mirror explodes near Matt's face. In the following sequence, the glass falls then there is none on the wall then we see it fall again. See more »


References The Omen (1976) See more »

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The Omen meets Twilight
10 February 2015 | by Leofwine_dracaSee all my reviews

Like most viewers, I watched this because I'm a fan of Christian Slater and Vinnie Jones, both of whom are prominently advertised in connection with the movie. A word of warning: Jones only has a major supporting role, while Slater is in the film for about fifteen minutes. A bit of false advertising, then.

Plot-wise, this is pretty unoriginal stuff, coming across as a cross between THE OMEN and TWILIGHT. The storyline involves a kid who's supposed to be the son of the Devil, but instead of crafting a creepy, supernatural horror yarn what we get is a twee TWILIGHT copy full of teenage angst and high-school bullies getting what they deserve.

To be honest, whenever the seasoned actors aren't on screen, this is dull. Jones and Slater are both adequate but we needed a lot more of them to make this a decent film. The romantic stuff is extremely tiresome and seems to have been thrown in either for padding or to appeal to a teenage crowd. Either way it makes this hard to enjoy, even though it has been quite professionally put together. Watch out for one of the dumbest, most pointless twist endings ever.

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Release Date:

30 April 2014 (China) See more »

Also Known As:

Way of the Wicked See more »


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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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