John Patrick Amedori played as Peter "Pete" Smith - Peter Andersson played as Cardinal Bruun
Daniel Bernhardt played as Psych Ward Security - Olivia Taylor Dudley played as Angela Holmes
Bruno Gunn played as Damon - Ashley Gibson played as Ashley
Jarvis W. George played as Detective Simmons - Djimon Hounsou played as Vicar Imani
Michael Peña played as Father Oscar Lozano - Kathleen Robertson played as Dr. Richards
Dougray Scott played as Roger Holmes - Tehmina Sunny played as the Reporter
Alex Sparrow played as Dr. Kulik
In this movie, Vicar Imani shows Cardinal Bruun the situation of Angela Holmes, an American woman who is alleged of porting evil spirit. Three months ago in the US, Angela is surprised with a birthday party by Roger, her father, together with Peter, her boyfriend. While slicing the cake, she accidentally cuts herself and hurries to the hospital, and there she quickly met Father Lozano. She is inserted with a serum that became the source of an infection. In their house, she encounters a seizure and is sited in a hospital for extended care. After a few days, Angela has set free. On their way home, she aggressively seized the wheel and caused an accident that put her in a coma for about 40 days. Just as her life sustenance is going to switch off, Angela appears and seems perfectly healthy.
However, Angela started to display signs of demonic ownership when she almost sunk a baby, following by a detective to commit suicide by force. Lozano prefers to send her off to a psychiatric hospice. A distressed Roger then asserts that the mother of Angela was a prostitute; she was expecting a few months right after Roger encountered her before she suddenly left, entailing that Roger merely accepted Angela. Angela's control becomes worse as she often sleepwalks, mock her psychiatrist, Dr. Richards, ultimately culminating in her talking in Aramaic that has hysteria and mass suicidal in her co-patients. Resolving that nothing may save her, the hospice sets her free.
The film goes back to the timeline of the preface. Bruun wrap up that Angela is obsessed by the Antichrist because of the presence of a group around here that are Satan’s agents, and drill Imani to hang back while they individually heads to the US to heal Angela. An expulsion of the bad spirit he planned occupies a Eucharist, where Angela responds by spitting three eggs and vomiting blood, meant to represent a perverted Trinity. Bruun commented that her origin from a prostitute distort the virgin coming of Jesus Christ. Bruun realizes that being an Antichrist is a part of Angela; murdering him would also mean Angela's death. However, when Bruun murdered Angela, she goes up as the revive Antichrist, reflecting the rebirth of Jesus, and goes on to kill Bruun, Pete and Roger. She released Lozano, though, and told him to tell the Vatican that Antichrist is wandering on Earth.
Pacing is one more issue. The way it's offered might create the timeline a bit odd, it exchanges back and forth in between premature stages of haunting and then finally discovered. But, the change is poor and it does not escalate well, though that is partially due to timid horror. Clearly, it is confusing, usually using documentary means like the following personality with camcorder viewpoint or the CCTV videos, all of which are not necessary and only handles to check the appearance. As for the terrifying segments, they are basically the old stuffs. If you have viewed any identical film in the past years, chances are you have viewed this before. A few sceneries fare better, though these are also deeply rented from some other movies.