The Nun (2018)

The Nun (2018)

A nun commits suicide at an abbey known for evil activities. The Vatican sends mystery-solving Father Burke (Demian Bichir) and clairvoyant Sister Irene (Taissa Farmiga) to investigate. The nuns of the abbey are all weird, some paranoid and abrasive and some ghostly and evil. Their only help comes from Frenchie (Jonas Bloquet), a local who

All Modern Doctor Who Episodes Ranked (Middle 3rd)

All Modern Doctor Who Episodes Ranked (Middle 3rd)

Part 2 of ranking all the Doctor Who episodes, and the main thing to take away from the middle 3rd was how close together they all are. The bottom 3rd had far greater range with some terrible eps and some pretty good ones. These are all good, and I wouldn’t have a lot of trouble

Amityville II: The Possession (1982)

Amityville II: The Possession (1982)

A deeply dysfunctional family, consisting of an abusive father (Burt Young), an unstable mother (Rutanya Alda), an older brother and sister (Jack Magner, Diane Franklin) who are attracted to each other, and a younger brother and sister who like to play at murdering each other, move into the Amityville house, and demonic activity starts up

Amityville 3-D (1983)

Amityville 3-D (1983)

John Baxter (Tony Roberts)—who, with his partner, Melanie (Candy Clark), debunks spiritualists—buys the Amityville house with the idea of writing a book. While Baxter offers his daughter, Susan (Lori Loughlin), her choice of rooms, his estranged wife, Nancy (Tess Harper), forbids her to enter the house. With bodies piling up, Susan, urged on by her friend, Lisa

The Amityville Horror (1979)

The Amityville Horror (1979)

George and Kathy Lutz (James Brolin and Margot Kidder) and their three kids move into a house where there had been a mass murder a year earlier. The house is possessed and affects everyone who enters it. A priest (Rod Steiger) attempts to save the family from the Satanic forces, but is driven away. The Amityville Horror

Blessed (2004)

Blessed (2004)

Craig and Samantha Howard (James Purefoy, Heather Graham), desperate for a baby, go to a fertility clinic that artificially inseminates Samantha, adding the blood of The Devil. Businessman and Satanist Earl Sidney (David Hemmings) aids the couple, while Father Carlo (Andy Serkis) attempts to kill the unborn twins to stop a child of Lucifer being

Child of Darkness, Child of Light (1991)

Child of Darkness, Child of Light (1991)

Father Justin O’Carroll (Anthony John Denison) takes over the duties of a recently injured priest, Father Rosetti (Paxton Whitehead), in an investigation into two virgin pregnancies.  Joined by Sister Anne (Sela Ward), Father O’Carroll must determine if the two fifteen-year-olds (Sydney Penny, Kristin Dattilo) are truly virgins, and if so, which is carrying the child of

Constantine (2005)

Constantine (2005)

Policewoman Angela Dodson (Rachel Weisz) seeks the aid of demon hunter John Constantine (Keanu Reeves) in finding the secret behind her twin sister’s alleged suicide. The trail will lead them to demons, angels, Hell, and the Spear of Destiny, the weapon that kill Christ and may be the key to the destruction of the world. I

Damien: The Omen II (1978)

Damien: The Omen II (1978)

Damien, apparently not living with the President as the end of The Omen implied, has been adopted by his uncle (William Holden) who runs the powerful Thorn corporation. Like in the past, those who get in Damien’s way die and things will only get worse when he learns who he is. Sequels—so many ways to fail. The

Darklight (2004)

Darklight (2004)

A traitor to a secret organization of clerics (John de Lancie) passes a “blood” sample from the demon Lilith (Shiri Appleby) to a mad scientist (David Hewlett), who injects it into himself and turns into a plague carrying demon.  To stop the creature and the disease, Shaw, the clerics’ secret agent (Richard Burgi), must train

The Devil's Advocate (1997)

The Devil’s Advocate (1997)

Kevin Lomax (Keanu Reeves), a small time lawyer who never loses, is given his chance at the big time by John Milton (Al Pacino).  The job leaves little time for his wife (Charlize Theron) or for thoughts of morality, and Milton may want more than just Lomax’s legal skills. I didn’t expect to like a

The Eighteenth Angel (1997)

The Eighteenth Angel (1997)

Lucy Stanton (Rachael Leigh Cook) is the final thing needed by a group of Satanic monks to bring the Devil to Earth.  It is up to her father (Christopher McDonald) to save Lucy. Screenwriter David Seltzer hadn’t written a good script since 1976’s The Omen, so he dusted off that old success, and rewrote it.