Constantine (2014–2015)
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Rage of Caliban 

When a young boy is taken over by a malevolent spirit, John must put aside his misgivings over exorcising a child and convince the parents that their boy is not all that he seems.


Neil Marshall


Daniel Cerone (developed by), David S. Goyer (developed by) | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matt Ryan ... John Constantine
Angélica Celaya ... Zed Martin (credit only)
Charles Halford ... Chas Chandler
Harold Perrineau ... Manny
Max Charles ... Henry
Niall Matter ... Daryl
Laura Regan ... Claire
Amy Parrish ... Becca Schultz
Myke Holmes ... Mental Hospital Doctor
Nick Madrick Nick Madrick ... Officer #2
Deborah Ayorinde ... Officer Sullivan
Christa Beth Campbell ... Emily Cooper
Sean Freeland ... Marcello Panneti
Elyse Dufour ... Nora
Michael E. Sanders ... Neighbor


When a young boy is taken over by a malevolent spirit, John must put aside his misgivings over exorcising a child and convince the parents that their boy is not all that he seems.

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Release Date:

28 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Chas is shown playing with the "Sword of Night." This is used by the DC comic hero known as Nightmaster who made his comic debut in Showcase #82 (May 1969). The sword is able to make people tell the truth, deflect magical energies, and warn the user of danger. See more »


Chas Chandler: Wow, what does this do?
[Pulling a sword from the book shelves]
John Constantine: Put that down, that can't help us.
Chas Chandler: That's not what I asked. I asked what it does, but your too self absorbed to hear me like always. And Renee, she's gone. Im afraid I wasn't enough to keep her around. Can't bring myself to tell you about it though not that you'd hear me...
John Constantine: [Cutting Chas off] This is the Sword of Knight. Compels the holder to speak the truth...
Chas Chandler: O.
John Constantine: There anything you... want to talk about or...
Chas Chandler: No, no.
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Constantine Theme
Written by Bear McCreary
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Another great episode from Constantine!
18 August 2015 | by yeahclownsSee all my reviews

I was so excited and thrilled from the beginning till the end of this episode. The reasons are simple. Filled with a darker tone and including many elements of the thriller genre as much as of the mystery one as well, this episode captivates its audience from the very first moments and unexplained killings. The pacing was good, I couldn't help but notice that the directing was different, like a classic Hitchcock thriller, the acting was great as always especially Matt who absolutely killed it with his monologues and the cell scenes... One could say that the story with the kids is old and repeated but i really like how it developed into this phenomenal IMO episode... Last but not least, the absence of zed in this one is a master move in this episode because she really couldn't fit in this one and i think she would only confuse us and mislead the plot... love her and her character but this episode alone as it was, was perfect.

+great acting,+phenomenal development,+nice plot,+diverse visual style,+thrilling pacing 9.5/10

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