The Prophecy: Uprising (2005)
If you think the prophesies have all been written and humankind's fate forever sealed, you won't know just how wrong you are until you witness the ultimate war between heaven and hell in this supernaturally charged thriller that re-teams Hellraiser: Deader co-stars Kari Wuhrer and Doug Bradley. When an ancient, self-generating religious manuscript known as The Lexicon lands in the hands of an unsuspecting young woman, she is horrified to learn that the mysterious text continues to write itself -- forever revealing future predictions that, if discovered, could alter the course of history. Caught in an epic supernatural battle between fearless renegade angels determined to use the monolithic revelations of The Lexicon to achieve their own nefarious means, the young woman must protect the ancient text or risk eternal damnation for all of humankind. … More
as John Reigert / Satan
as Dani Simionescu
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A poorly made and pointless film, The Prophecy: Uprising is a pathetic entry into the franchise. Though it calls itself a Prophecy film, it really isn't; as it doesn't abide by the mythology of the series and has no relation to established story arcs. This film follows two fallen angels that are searching for The Lexicon, an ancient manuscript that has the power to change the outcome of the Apocalypse and turn the tide in the celestial wars. It's a poorly written story that doesn't make sense, and the acting is awful. The Prophecy: Uprising is a worthless piece of garbage that tries to attach itself onto a series that it has no business being a part of.More
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