This plodding, short on reasonable dialogue, remake of the Wes Craven film, released in 1972, is watchable if you love gore, rape scenes, long strung out vengeance battles between good and evil foes, with an eventual outcome that may leave you satisfied, and then again, it may not.
This film dealt with the most significant issue of the Bosnian war - the war crimes of genocide of that civilian population of indigenous Bosnians and Croatians. It is the story the Justice by the prosecution of the most significant war criminals, such as Slobodan Milosevic', by interested parties, including the United States and Canada.
The fan boys leave their small town for a cross country trek to steal the original print of the latest and highly anticipated prequel from the home editing studio at George Lucas's "Skywalker Ranch" in northern California. They are not wanting to take possession of the print for financial gain, they only wish to be the first ones to see it.
Convicted felon Rev. Armstrong returns back to his neighborhood a changed man looking to take over his father's old church which is in a small steel town; that is riddled with drug dealers, their overseer is a menacing minion of Hell.
The haunting takes place in a home that was once a mortuary, whose malevolent mortician's purposeful degradation of dead human bodies; supposedly to seal their spirits to his will from beyond the paranormal dimension between the spirit's life and their eternal hereafter.
These special people have the potential to do great harm to others with these special powers and to humanity as a whole. While the potential to do great harm to our civilization is always a potential reality, the picture concentrates on those folks with special powers doing great harm to each other, and the violence is copious.
The murders are committed by an eclectic group of committed idealists, who have fashioned themselves after the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse as represented in the Book of Revelation. They believe by committing these horrific killings, they will succeed in wresting the attention of a curious public and sending the message that all is not well...
She is pursued by a dybbuk (Hebrew for a possessive spirit), who wishes not only to possess a special part of Casey, but to fulfill a blood oath to destroy all of Casey's maternal ancestors since her grandmother was interned in Auschwitz as a young girl.
Alien space traveler meets Grendel-like space monster, stowed away on the alien's spaceship, as it hurtles toward Earth and crashes into the world of 11th century Vikings, settled in their homeland of ancient Norway, is the over arching theme in this science fiction fantasy.