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Servants of Twilight (1991)





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Based on Dean R. Koontz's novel Twilight, Servants of Twilight is a made-for-cable horror film about a Christian cult that plots the assassination of a young boy who their leader believes is the Antichrist. A private detective (Bruce Greenwood) is hired to save the boy and his mother from the terrorization of the religious cult.
Action & Adventure , Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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Bruce Greenwood
as Charlie Harrison
Belinda Bauer
as Christine Scavello
Carel Struycken
as Kyle Barlow
Grace Zabriskie
as Grace Spivey
Richard Bradford
as Henry Rankin
Jack Kehoe
as Dr. Denton Boothe
Jarrett Lennon
as Joey Scavello
Kelli Maroney
as Sherry Ordway
Bruce Locke
as George Wong
Al White
as Pete Lockburn
James Harper
as Frank Ross
Patrick Massett
as Sandy Breckenstein
Jillian McWhirter
as Vera Lancaster
Russel Lunday
as Detective Falconi
Charles Noland
as Plummer
Sage Allen
as Edna Vanoff
Mark Kinsey Stephenson
as Gunman at House
Scott Lincoln
as Man in Hotel
Mimi Craven
as Ms. Lindstrom
Mark Phelan
as Croupier
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An "Original Showtime Movie" made in 1998, it has all the same characteristics as the broadcast network "Made for TV" movies. Its obvious low budget shows in the production design and special effects. The actors are B and C list. While their performances aren't "bad" per se they're lackluster. The screen writing, script and directing are as much if not more responsible for that as the actors. The total result is a workman like movie that doesn't have much suspense or punch that a horror thriller should have, even if it's constrained by budget and short shooting schedule. Several scene sequences could have been rearranged slightly to heighten the shock and suspense. The choreography and timing of action and fight scenes are mediocre. As would be expected, all the bloody violence is off-camera, with the only on-camera deadly violence being bloodless shootings, which I attribute to budget constraints. It has an MPAA "R" rating primarily for language content which would have to be edited for over-the-air network broadcast TV. Why it was submitted to the MPAA for theatrical rating is a bit of a mystery (this costs money). All it needed was a TV rating using the FCC's rating scheme for airing on the Showtime cable channel, which is done by the broadcaster, not an industry or trade association with a fee. As with other films made for broadcast TV networks and and cable channels, it also suffers the erratic pacing needed to fill the time slot and the timing of scene transitions appropriate for scheduled commercial breaks. The positive things going for the movie are a couple of twist at the end. The viewer must plod through the movie to get to them though.

John Lind
John Lind

I'm not gonna say it's all that good, but it's got a neat ending and some good performances; the budget is a hindrance.

Sean Richardson
Sean Richardson

(** 1/2): [img][/img] Better than expected but has just one too many cheesy moments for me to recommend. For a boring saturday afternoon, you could probably watch something worse than this.


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