Holy evil, produced by Sam Remy, Rob Tabart e Evan SpiliotopoulosHe is also the director and screenwriter of the film In Italian cinemas from May 20 Produced by Sony Pictures and distributed by Warner Bros. Entertainment Italia. The film’s protagonist, based on the best-selling novel “The Tomb” by James Herbert, is Geoffrey Dean Morgan Who plays a despised journalist who hopes to relaunch his career by investigating mysterious events in a small New England town. It stars Katie Aselton, William Sadler, Cricket Brown, Diogo Morgado and Carrie Elwes.
“Nothing in The Sacred Evil is as it appears – He tells director, screenwriter, and producer Evan Spiliotopoulos who adds – I read the book when I was 13 and I was immediately caught. The way Herbert combines the different genres is extraordinary, as the journalistic thriller meets yet another mystery that develops into supernatural horror.The hero of the film is Geoffrey Dean Morgan, who says about his character:At the start of the movie, Jerry Finn was a very sarcastic character, but over time, he regained the ideals he had lost. After his “fall,” he begins telling stories of supernatural events, perhaps the fruit of his imagination. When he finally finds evidence of something truly miraculous, he decides to take this opportunity to relaunch his career, until he discovers the dark reality.“.
Holy Evil movie plot
The Sacred Evil, produced by Sam Remy, Rob Tabert and Evan Spiliotopoulos (who is also the director and screenwriter of the film), tells the story of Alice, a deaf girl who, after the alleged appearance of the Virgin Mary, regained the ability to hear, speak and learn, inexplicably, that He heals the sick. News is spread and many flock to the small New England town to witness miracles. Among them is a disgraceful journalist (Geoffrey Dean Morgan) who hopes to relaunch his career by investigating what happened. As a series of terrifying events begins to unfold, the reporter begins to question whether these alleged miracles are the work of the Virgin Mary or something more sinister. The film is based on James Herbert’s best-selling novel, “The Mausoleum”.
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