666 The Child details
|Starring:||Adam Manternach, Sarah Lieving, Boo Boo Stewart|
|Studio:||LIGHTHOUSE DVD DISTRIBUTION|
666 The Child
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||11 Sep 2006|
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Low Budget ShockerBy a customer from Blackpool , 24 Sep 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]I read the reviews and was well aware that this film was low budget and that it was never going to be a classic. However the most shocking thing about this cheesy horror was the acting, particularly that of Sarah Lieving, who played the part of Erica Lawson, surely the director saw this girl in a bus queue and asked 'want to be in a movie?'
I have given the film 2 stars for its sheer brilliance in being a comedy when I don't think this was ever the intention. Think 'Sean of the Dead' then think; cheesier, cheaper and with even worse effects, but much more enjoyable (if you know what I mean?)
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Cheaply made and cheaply toldBy James from Brighton , 04 Jul 2008Cheaply made and cheaply told tho it was watchable. Similiar to the Omen films but lots of different things about it. Overal ok
Pathetic rubbish.By a customer from Surrey, England , 12 May 2007Don't waste your time on this cheap pointless re-make. Just go to the original Omen series.
i want my 90 mins life backBy Taz from Hollywood , 30 Mar 2007I watched this film whilst painting my front room. I noticed that the skin on a fresh paint of tin can form within 30 minutes depending on the moisture in the room. However, this also depends on if you regularly dip your brush in, or shake the tin. Once the lid of the paint pot is back on, you are subjected to watching this rubbish film. I want the 90 minutes of my life back so i can invest it into watching the next tin of paint form a skin.
dont wast your timeBy a customer from Cambridge , 28 Mar 2007no plot, ho horror, no nothing, only big splashes of red paint every 10 minutes. AVOID AT ALL COST
666 The Child Could have been better.By Cornetto (959 reviews) from Lancaster , 27 Mar 2007Scott and Erika adopt a young boy from a local monastary but soon realize the boy is not what he seems when everyone around them begins to die in terrifying ways. I have certainly seen better and it is not a film that I would watch over and over again. I've seen it once and that's enough.