Angels and demons collide in this spiritual thriller loosely based on C.S. Lewis' "The Screwtape Letters."
Recommended Age: Mature Audiences
Light Christian worldview that depicts angels as the protectors of people’s homes from demonic forces; these strong values are contrasted with pagan worship in the central characters and the consequences for their actions are shown, however, the way out is met through their own means, and not by God’s; the angel characters are offended by the world’s traditional depiction of angels; one obscenity, including d--- , the Lord’s name is misused once; frightening images of demons, sword fights are played between angels and demons, including decapitation, slicing in two, explosions, burning, and three moments of impalement, two scenes involve blood appearing on hands, blood splatters onto a boy’s face as he watches his father shoot himself, a character cuts her hand in a pagan ritual, choking, fist fights; three different mentions of sexual foreplay, a comment about ogling, a birth is described in a graphic way, intimate kissing and flirting, a couple briefly undresses themselves before implied sex; no nudity; No alcohol use; No smoking or drug use; no other immoral content.
CastD'Angelo Midili, Natasha Sims, Lisa Coronado
Directed byBen Pohl
- Spiritual Warfare
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