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diane over 4 years ago
New twist on an old tale. Fun and creepy.
Bridget Thompson 5 years ago
Slightly above average thriller. Warning: don't watch if you are susceptible to ear-worms!
Sonja Osmanović over 6 years ago
O večnoj borbi dobra i zla, dobra priča, odlična gluma, naravno, zajeban kraj
Justinas Jarukaitis over 1 year ago
Tom o'brien over 4 years ago
Kaylee Davis over 4 years ago
Emily Wigley almost 5 years ago
Victoria Roe almost 5 years ago
Timothy Bishop over 5 years ago
Alper Balkış over 5 years ago
Jake Boone over 5 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff over 5 years ago
Sam Jepsen over 5 years ago
Patty Roe almost 6 years ago
Agus Echagüe almost 6 years ago
Becky 6 years ago
Ronan Conway over 6 years ago
Perry Lowe over 6 years ago
Andy Whitfield over 6 years ago
Fallen is a 1998 supernatural thriller film, directed by Gregory Hoblit, and starring Denzel Washington, John Goodman and Donald Sutherland. Philadelphia Police Detective John Hobbes (Denzel Washington) gains notoriety for capturing serial killer Edgar Reese (Elias Koteas). After Reese's execution, Hobbes and his partner Jonesy (John Goodman) investigate a string of murders by an apparent copycat killer. Eventually Hobbes tracks down the killer and confronts him alone, where the man makes a startling claim: he is the same killer Hobbes sentenced to death, but not Edgar Reese; rather, he is the demon Azazel, and was possessing Reese's body during the murders. Azazel claims he can possess any person merely by touching them. One of the few exceptions is Detective Hobbes, which has turned Azazel's ire at the Detective for capturing him into an obsession. Hobbes is skeptical of Azazel's claims until the demon begins to sing "Time Is on My Side", then begins to possess people via touch,...
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