A down-on-his-luck archaeologist returns from a cave expedition that contains a cursed relic that’s also a portal to Hell. He discovers that the only way to stop the curse on his family is to go back to the cave and destroy the relic.
Is that enough reason to watch this movie? What if I told you that William Shatner plays his dad? Now you’re in, right? What if they threw in Jeri Ryan, Seven of Nine herself, for you lovers of Star Trek? Now you’re hooked, huh?
John Brock is an archaeologist who returns from an expedition through the caves of rural Kentucky. He’s been looking for the same mysterious relic his family has been hunting for generations. But now, he’s haunted by dream-like visions of a ferocious bird-like creature from ancient folklore. Now, he knows she must take his family back to the cave, find the relic and destroy it.
Ever since American stars started making Italian and Japanese films, I’ve always loved when they do scenes that have them alone, talking on the phone and not connected to any of the characters in the movie that they’re in. This movie follows suit.
That said — the monsters are awesome and Shatner is as crazy as you want him to be. I dream of the day that he and Nicholas Cage get to emote together in a movie that makes even less sense than this one.
This film is available now. You can read more on the official site.
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