Clive Barker Presents Saint Sinner (2002)

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Saint Sinner begins in 1815, when two monks, played by Greg Serano and Antonio Cupo, inadvertently allow two evil female spirits to go out into the world. The spirits, Munkar (Mary Mara) and Nakir (Rebecca Harrell), travel in a time machine to Seattle at the beginning of the 21st century. The monks must follow them and track down the evildoers, who have become women of the night that kill at random. The monks must convince a police detective that they are not the ones responsible for the murders. The screenplay was penned by horror writer Clive Barker.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Studio:
Seraphim Films

Cast

Greg Serano
as Tomas Alcala
Gina Ravera
as Det. Rachel Dressler
Mary Mara
as Munkar
Art Hindle
as Det. Morgan Rand
William B. Davis
as Father Michael
Linda Darlow
as Sister Stephen
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Critic Reviews for Clive Barker Presents Saint Sinner

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Audience Reviews for Clive Barker Presents Saint Sinner

½

Clive Barker oh how I adore you, this is another one of the Clive Barker feature: Grotesque humour, body horror and time travel succubus. It has a clear, distinctive setting; slimy, wet monsters; religious scenario, it's just so Clive Barker, a must watch for Clive Barker fans.

Sylvester Kuo
Sylvester Kuo

Super Reviewer

Weakly plotted horror about an 19th century monk who mistakenly summons two female demons who then launch themselves into modern day America via a teleportation device leaving the monk in pursuit to make up for his mistake. I'm not sure how accurate this is to Clive Barker's original story, but I can't believe he'd be responsible for something so silly. And silly the film is, but also quite fun and entertaining with some some slimey effects. It never gets boring, so just set your expectations very low if you decide to watch it and you may enjoy it.

Lee ?
Lee ?

Super Reviewer

The Original title of the Movie was Munkar and Nakir. Munkar and Nakir, (Arabic: ???? ? ?????) in Islamic eschatology, are angels who test the faith of the dead in their graves. It was funny to see they moulded the idea in the movie and turned Munkar and Nakir into some Vampires. A lot of Blood and Nudity. Interesting.

Wahida K
Wahida K

Super Reviewer

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