The film consists of three chapters. The Manslayer takes place more than a hundred years ago. The leading character Maara is a young bride who is about to start her life in her new family. ... See full summary »
Irene and Leonidas have been married for three years but they do not have any children because of Irene's gynecologic problem. One day Irene becomes pregnant. A test discloses that the baby has Down syndrome.
"40 Nights" is the first of the QUEST TRILOGY - films sharing alike themes of sacrifice and faith. These films focus on less known events from the biblical age. The first film examines the ... See full summary »
Leonidas faces the New World Order where history repeats itself due to his human nature. Only Ionians, the Greek division of people with Divine origin from Apollon, know how to call on Nemesis to come and bring Divine Retribution.
John is an avid role player. He has feelings for Brooke, a fellow role player, but when Brooke makes it clear to him that the feelings are far from mutual, John is thrown into despair and takes his own life.
Josh and Isabel Harris, after suffering the loss of their only child, relocate to a secluded hillside research facility with the hopes of repairing their broken family. After years of trying, Josh and his research partner, Thomas, have a breakthrough involving a cryptic shortwave radio signal and its universal origins. Something within the signal resonates with Isabel and she begins experiencing seeming hallucinations and visions of distant memories. Upon further investigation into the phenomenon, the scientists fear for Isabel's health while Isabel fears the signal has attracted something sinister to their new home.
Plot Spoiler: In the opening scene Isabel's (Juanita Ringeling) child is taken in an odd abduction case. Two years later after an attempted suicide, Isabel and her husband Josh (Cristobal Tapia Montt) live in an isolated fortress home. Josh is conducting a shortwave experiment with Thomas (Kyle Davis) attempting to contact aliens through hidden signals within the waves. Isabel hears and sees things related to the experiment. Things don't go as planned.
There seemed to be some plot continuity issues. They were talking about contacting aliens, but in reality they knew they were doing something different all along, so the conversations didn't make any sense. I still didn't figure out why the hostility either. Characters were so-so.
Guide: F-word. Solo sex. No nudity.
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