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One terrific movie
I began to suspect something was up when I found it impossible to obtain a copy of Prophecy Uprising from my local video rental outlet. Initially I chalked it up to the fact that they only had one copy in stock, as opposed to the bazillion copies most releases command. However, upon doing a tour of other outlets in my area I was consistently confronted with the same thing. Each store only carried one or two copies and all were perpetually rented.
Curious, I checked what online reviews I could locate and most uniformly praised the film as a highly entertaining effort.
Finally my luck paid off and I managed to score a rental copy, and based on my viewing I have to say that the reviewers were right. This is one heck of a tight and entertaining film.
In fact, it’s arguably the best by far in the entire series of Prophecy films, even though it doesn’t feature the great Christopher Walken at all.
I can only surmise that this film didn’t get a theatrical release simply because the powers that be at Dimension Films must have concluded that the Prophecy franchise (if such could be said to exist) was on its last legs and had run its course. It would be a shame if true for this movie completely invigorates the concept behind the films, and lays the groundwork for at least one more film, one of which, I’m now of the opinion, could only be done justice if done by the same director (Joel Soisson) and writers as Prophecy Uprising.
Make no mistake about it. This is not some hackneyed special effects blood and guts fright fest. Rather, this is actually a pretty clever and tightly written suspense film done from a detective perspective. The movie relies on viewers to be familiar with the concept behind the original Prophecy movie, but only in terms of the whole war in heaven issue. Beyond that the movie stands on its own and does a pretty clever take on the concept put forth in the original.
Performances are sound all around. The direction, editing, scoring and production values are all top notch. In short, you really can’t go wrong with this most fine of direct-to-video gems.
Now I understand why this movie has been hard to obtain. It’s good, pure and simple. Check it out and you be the judge.
Worth a Look
I only have one complaint about this movie. Really having to listen closely to understand the dialogue of the British actors. Too many had really thick accents and they talked too fast. Really annoying. Had to keep rewinding to understand what they were saying. Turning up the volume didn’t help. It reminded me of George C. Scott in “Patton” when he said British and Americans were “Two people separated by a common language.” Aristocratic British accent is easier to understand, perhaps because they draw out their words, but these actors were speaking with the accents of the common British. I liked the opening sequences with the dogs, it was reminiscent of “Damien” with those vicious and Satanic Rottweilers.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 28 min (88 min)
Genre Thriller, Action, Fantasy, Horror
Director Joel Soisson
Writer Gregory Widen (characters), John Sullivan (story), Joel Soisson (teleplay)
Actors John Light, Sean Pertwee, Dan Chiriac, Boris Petroff
Country Romania, USA
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