|September 24, 2017|
Donald Pleasence stars in this chills inducing film about a priest who finds a vial full of Satan’s son’s essence, hoping to unlock himself and unleash evil onto the world.
Poking around in a church cellar, a priest (Donald Pleasence) finds an otherworldly vial filled with slime. Frightened, he brings his discovery to a circle of top scholars and scientists, who eventually learn that the strange liquid is the essence of Satan. The slime then begins to seep out, turning some of the academics into zombified killers. As the possessed battle the survivors, student Kelly (Susan Blanchard) is infected by a large quantity of the liquid and becomes Satan personified.
“Still holds up as a creepy and atmospheric gem.” – Cinema Crazed
Runtime: 102 minutes
Director: John Carpenter
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