A small budget urban horror film by a filmmaker who just wanted to make it apparently. The movie, thus, is amateurish and while using a couple of actors seen in other movies, the young woman who plays the main character of Sarah is straight out of high school acting class. The plot throws together a whole lot of things that feature in horror films, including a good looking "Crow" type of hero who wields a sword against an army of zombies. One thing about those zombies, they move fast, a thing not typical to the genre, in fact they were more like 'zoombies'. The plot hotch potches other elements, a magical amulet, an evil sorcerer, lots of demented attacking birds, demons - you name it (yes, even a kind of vampire thingy). The guy that directed the film, Brian Metcalf, wrote the screenplay and looks like he got his creative licence realised but the audience must then endure the hour and a half of it. Redeeming features, the music score and the film titleling. Overall it's not all bad for a B-grader and not as bad as some I've attempted to watch.
Quite possibly the worst piece of rubbish I've ever wasted my time watching. If I could sue for my time back I would. Unoriginal story, terrible performances and some of the worst CGI I have ever seen.
Without a doubt, this is one of the worst movies I have ever seen in my life. The appalling continuity mistakes lost their amusement value after about 5 minutes. The standard of acting was truly awesomely dreadful - to call it wooden insults trees everywhere.
Brad Dourif - what were you thinking?
the only reason I gave it a star is because nothing wasn't a rating option.