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Centurion AD (2015)

Centurion A.D. (original title)
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Centurion A.D. is a Super Natural Action thriller set in current day Los Angeles. Kim Harris (Katherine Randolph) while working as a nurse, witnesses Archer Stone (Brian Reed Garvin) enter ... See full summary »

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Brian Reed Garvin
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Credited cast:
Katherine Randolph ... Kim Harris
Brian Reed Garvin ... Archer Stone / Centurion
Martin Horsey Martin Horsey ... Rev. Basil Mason
Aaron Hammond ... Michael Reilly
Kevin Sorensen Kevin Sorensen ... Ground Demon
Marc Elmer Marc Elmer ... Kevin Harris
Azmyth Kaminski Azmyth Kaminski ... Flying Demon 2
Andrew Scully ... Jesus
Sarah O'Kelly ... Captain James
Ava Brunini Ava Brunini ... Diana Longinus
Carmina Garay ... Cindy Travers
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Scott Butler ... Basil Mason Sr.
Anna Marie Caldwell Anna Marie Caldwell ... Hazel the Witch
Lindsay Caldwell Lindsay Caldwell ... News Reporter
Kevin Caliber ... Arch Angel Michael (as Kevin Thomsen)
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Centurion A.D. is a Super Natural Action thriller set in current day Los Angeles. Kim Harris (Katherine Randolph) while working as a nurse, witnesses Archer Stone (Brian Reed Garvin) enter one hospital room after another. When he exits the patients rooms, they are miraculously healed. Kim is now driven to find this man and discover who he is and how it's possible that he has the power to heal people. She follows him outside and into the parking lot, where FBI Special Agent Rocco Rinaldi (Vincent Inneo) is questioning Rev. Basil Mason (Martin Horsey) in regards to a serial killer known as the "Corsican Belt Strangler". Basil Mason, a minister is and author, is also on the trail of this healing man - who also happens to fit the description of the serial killer. Is it be possible that a man who heals people, could also be a serial killer known as - the Corsican Belt Strangler? Written by Anonymous

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It All Comes Down To What You BELIEVE!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 December 2015 (USA) See more »

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Centurion AD See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Budget:

$16,777 (estimated)
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Blue Mariah Pictures See more »
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Dolby Surround 7.1

Color:

Color

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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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First off... Great film, seriously gifted actors and intense Visual Effects, all on a shoe string budget!!

I'm not one to write a review, but this one get a huge thumbs up! Roger Ebert should have stuck around for this one!

Although it was a seriously micro-budgeted film, it packs a huge wallop with masterfully done Acting, Direction, and Visual Effects. I must say it again, magnificent acting from the entire cast! What a gem of a film, with such a huge screen presence.

From the moment I started watching I was drawn into the story, and taken on a wonderful character driven roller-coaster ride with a huge pay-off at the end! Katherine Randolph was perfect in the Role of "Kim Harris" a nurse struggling to make sense of all that happens to her. Katherine's depth of a multi-layered character was absolutely perfect. Then the ever-endearing "Reverend Basil Mason" played effortlessly by Martin Horsey was smart and captivating. "Archer Stone", played by Brian Reed Garvin was just wonderful giving us a magnificent and a truly powerful performance. Why have these multi-talented actors been stuck in smaller roles, they have fantastic presence on film! Vincent Inneo was very good giving a strong performance as "FBI Agent Rocco Rinaldi". And we cannot forget child actor Carter Thomas, who was just perfect as the "Young Basil Mason", he was commanding and truly endearing.

It is amazing to me that Hollywood cannot make films like this. It is very apparent that this film was made from pure passion and a cast that was truly behind it from the beginning. With all the millions of dollars wasted on terrible films, why can't Hollywood do this?

My Hats off to the Cast and Crew, and especially the director Brian Reed Garvin for making this film! This Director will be an academy award winner if I have anything to do with it! Do Not Miss this, it is an amazing ride!

Does anyone know if a sequel is in the works?


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