The Prophecy: Forsaken


Fantasy / Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 4.4 10 1822

Plot summary

January 10, 2023 at 07:08 AM


Joel Soisson

Top cast

Kari Wuhrer as Allison
Tony Todd as Stark
Jason London as Simon
Jason Scott Lee as Dylan
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688.96 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 14 min
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1.38 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 14 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 6 / 10

Good Sequel, Disappointing Conclusion

In Bucharest, Allison (Kari Wuhrer) is protecting the mysterious bible, "The Prophet Lexicon", where the last chapter about the apocalypse, called Revelations, discloses the name of the Antichrist in its last page. Meanwhile, the evil and jealous leader of the renegade angels Thrones, Stark (Tony Todd), forces the hit-man Dylan (Jason Scott Lee) to kill Allison to get the information about the Antichrist, but Dylan mysteriously feels attracted by the woman, protecting her against the Thrones. Allison seeks John Reigart (John Light) for help, but Satan tell her that he is interested in the apocalypse to gather millions of souls to Hell. Alone and betrayed, Allison discloses the truth about her origins, while protecting the Lexicon.

"The Prophecy: Forsaken" is a reasonable sequel of "The Prophecy: Upraising", but could be better and better. The story gives a perfect sequence to "Upraising", but it is too brief with only 75 minutes running time. There are good ideas that are not well explored or developed, like for example the story of Allison's parents, and indeed I was quite disappointed with the weak and confused conclusion of this good series about the war of angels. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Profecia - Renegados" ("Prophecy - Renegades")

Reviewed by tarbosh22000 5 / 10

Not as good as "The Prophecy: Uprising"

"The Prophecy: Forsaken" is a step down from "Uprising". The problem is that the movie is just too short. There's no reason for this movie to be 75 minutes. It had some good ideas and scenes but it didn't go anywhere. Kari Wuhrer once again plays Allison. She still has to stop renegade angels from getting the "The Lexicon". This book contains the access to destroy the earth. Jason Scott Lee and Tony Todd play characters who try to stop her.

Kari Wuhrer does a decent job as Allison. Jason Scott Lee was OK. Tony Todd was fun, but he goes over the top.

In the end: It could have been way better. It's worth seeing once just to complete the series.

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Reviewed by Lollipop4598 10 / 10

This and Uprising need to be seen back to back.

They were made back to back and are basically one story. Just told in two parts. One of the things I like about the post Christopher Walkin Prophecy movies is that they are not a replica of every other Stephen King inspired "Devil in our back yard" movies. I'm not saying that is bad. Its just over done. The antichrist is always in a medium sized American suburb with nice normal middle class parents. Its nice to see a more global perspective. Not everything happens in middle class America. The underlying question of these movies is whether there can be such a thing as blind faith. The devil puts it best by saying you always have to ask why. The movie is cool. It is spooky in a way. But it will not scare you. It isn't trying to. So if you are looking fora horror film this is not for you. I would still suggest you see it, just to realize that the subject of revelations isn't just there to scare us. It can inspire us too.

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