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 ...
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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
What a fun Film, lots of great story turns and some very Cool Effects.
Wow, this film was a lot of fun. It said it was a clean family film, but I still watched it before I let my kids 8, 10, and 11, watch it. I loved it, and it was great sharing it with the kids as a family.
The kids loved the demon fight and all the effects, my wife liked the strong female lead who didn't put up with any bull. It was an easy watch, with some fun surprises in there. The Minister was very entertaining. So was the FBI guy. The guy playing Archer was good too, he seemed believable. I checked him out on the IMDb, pretty amazing guy, who also directed and worked on the editing and effects also. You could tell his heart was in this film!
I'm glad I found this film. I'm hoping they make more films like this, it was good to spend time with the kids. This show would be better as a series... kind of a "Touched by an Angel meets Super-Natural". I'd watch and it would become a TV night for us, like I used to have with my family when I was a kid.
Why can't Hollywood make these kind of films!
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