A local community group volunteers to prepare a dilapidated Catholic school for a make-over, unbeknownst to them that a sulphurous curse stemming from the unjust and grievous punishment of a pious group of Sisters has condemned the place.
At a local Catholic school, the nuns have noticed that the priest is doing more than just leading his students in prayer. Not content to stand idly by as evil walks their halls, the Sisters decide to take action. Confronted by the nuns about his wicked ways, the priest retaliates. For defying him, the Father takes the Sisters hostage and bricks them into the walls of the school's basement. The sadistic and fatal punishment shakes the faith of the women, forcing them to renounce their holy vows in the moments before their demise. How could they continue to believe in a power that would allow them to suffer such a fate when they were merely trying to do what's right? Decades later, the school is now vacated and in a state of disrepair. Selected by the community as a building marked for urban renewal, a neighborhood youth group has volunteered their afternoon to come clean up the premises and prepare it for construction. However, when the motley crew accidentally uncovers the blasphemous...Written by
FLESH FOR THE INFERNO is a low budget indie horror film set in a disused Catholic school. The back story involves a Satanic priest who ends up cursing and killing a group of nuns. Cut to the present day, where a young Christian group find themselves trapped in the building which is now plagued by supernatural evil. The film feels a little like Carpenter's PRINCE OF DARKNESS for the most part and has some effective if basic effects work and make-up, with the main fault being that it all falls apart in the second half with a big reveal which simply doesn't pay off. From this point in it becomes laughably overacted and a real disappointment.
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