If you want to enjoy this movie make your drinking game "I heard that you retired" and you'll be wasted before the end of the first act and passed out before the 3rd. Which is a good thing because this movie starts in B territory and jump on a greased slide past D into F grade.
Oh and Eric Roberts and Michael Madsen are trying to keep their SAG cards without doing another PurFlx cash in.
Special effects are instagram filters, I'm not being hyperbolic. The effects are overlay filters that wouldn't make the bar for tiktok. The closest to make up was the last fight scene they darkened up the eyes of two background actors because the filters can't work on mid or far shots.
Characters randomly appear, switch places (not flipped images), and disappear from shots. Whoever was responsible for continuity should be fired, into the sun.
Entire scenes are missing leading to awkward jumps needed to insert plot elements. At times you can actually tell if it's lost shot, bad writing, or they couldn't film it.
Stunts out of a classic Star Trek episode. The climax has a "earthquake" and every one pretends to stumble and crack effects appear over the scene, including several actors. I expected to hear a bucket clang if I went back and listened.
The limited budget show when one of the "angels" is a doll. A frikkin' victorian style doll and the hero actually gets in a struggle with it. This was the best laugh of the entire movie in a movie full of badly written horribly acted sidekicks that they try and push as funny. I'm pretty sure their, I'm going to say lab tech, was a failed comedian the producer knew and demanded he have at least 4 scenes.
The writing is so halfazzed our white male anglo-saxon lead, who used to be an exorcist, and wears a cross doesn't know who the 4 horsemen of the apocalypse are. /facepalm
The ending is complete and utter gibberish. The lead was dead but he wasn't but he was a ghost but he was alive but his spirit time traveled in his dead body which wasn't dead. Oh and the final battle was so anti-climactic I expected to hear South Park sound clip "meh, you guys suck" after the literal poke that ended it. Except he wasn't dead because stinger, he's alive until "she" dies, WTFLIPPINGF?!?!?!?!
The ending was complete a dog's breakfast of half baked pseudo deep nonsense. They clearly tried to string together a story but all they had was a series of ideas spat out like an 8yr old on a pixie stick binge.
The nudity is a single breast during an implied sex scene where there clearly was no sex and it felt it only existed gratuitously for the director and/or producer. I can tell she works in pron, I have no problem with that, and has some physical performance skills that could be better served as a stunt double, even if her acting is abysmal, but this scene felt dirty in how it was completely unnecessary and only existed for wank material for someone on the project.