A Texan paranormal radio host attempts to protect a young orphan woman from an onslaught of deadly alien and psychic phenomena, only to discover the world of the paranormal might be far more sinister and cohesive.

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Ilyas Kaduji

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Philip Daay (screenplay), Ilyas Kaduji (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Sienna Guillory ... Angelica Dark
William B. Davis ... Zane Mcallister
Mark Arnold ... Ridley Kay
Jack O'Halloran ... Alistair Cruel
Buffy Davis Buffy Davis ... Caroline
Andrei Claude ... White Path
Franco Flammia ... Malvin (as Franco Fannia)
Petra Bryant Petra Bryant ... Lyra Cozlov
Art Bell ... Self
Alex Francis ... Father (as Alexander Hughes)
Marcus Byron Keating Marcus Byron Keating ... Ryan (as Marcus B. Keating)
Darcy Blanchard Darcy Blanchard ... Young Crystal
Keir Edkins-O'Brien Keir Edkins-O'Brien ... Young Ridley
Ray Murphy Ray Murphy ... Mind Reader
Craig Ballantyne Craig Ballantyne ... Orphanage Director
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A Texan paranormal radio host attempts to protect a young orphan woman from an onslaught of deadly alien and psychic phenomena, only to discover the world of the paranormal might be far more sinister and cohesive.

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Sometimes it is better to close your mind and keep your eyes tightly shut.


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Probably the worst film I've ever seen

I have just joined IMDb for the sole purpose of preventing anyone else from seeing this shambolic mess of a film. It's plot is holier than Passion of the Christ, and watching it feels much like Jesus himself must have. It introduces an astounding number of premises, and elaborates none of them, instead concluding with an ill-attempted philosophical justification of its own drunken story board. The lead actress is good enough, as is the lead actor. William Davis (x files) is, however, the only real draw. The accents (ostensibly Texan) are strained and variable, the lead female oscillating between Generic Southern and Generic Germanic. The rest of the cast is universally appalling, and manage to sink deeper an already sinking ship. The 'Indian' shaman and Russian investigator are so bad that at times the film appears almost comic - more of the 'laughing at' kind than the 'laughing with'. Nothing makes sense, there is no cohesive storyline, the editing sees overly long and/or completely unnecessary scenes that do nothing to develop the plot interspersed with action of dubious believability. This film has achieved a rare trajectory of starting off with reasonable promise, and descending exponentially into a complete farce.

At times frightening, at times intriguing, at other times comic, and generally very very bad.


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28 May 2017 (UK) See more »

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