When claims of a supernatural event are made at a remote, isolated church, a team of Vatican sanctioned paranormal investigators are dispatched to assess it. Deacon (Gordon Kennedy) is sceptical from the start but when he and techie (Robin Hill) arrive at the eerily quiet town, they soon start to question their own judgement. As the evidence mounts and events take a darker turn, it seems that something deeply sinister has been awakened within the church.
- The Borderlands review by MK
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I have absolutely no idea how this film can score so highly; nothing happens or is even remotely suggested that can qualify as scary or adding terror. The only action involves a sheep (no, please) and exploding light bulbs. This is the only film I have ever considered quitting less than 20 minutes in through sheer boredom. A must for all insomniacs!
This actually sounded quite interesting but, the film was dull. We actually said 10 minutes into it, if it didn't improve we'd put it off. It was a cheaply made low budget film, with a hand held camera. The first part wasn't filmed properly. The storyline could have been improved if handled better. And it was soooo.... slow. Hardly any action.