The Prophecy

Synopsis: "Some people lose their faith because Heaven shows them too little," says Thomas Daggett. "But how many people lose their faith because Heaven showed them too much?" Daggett nearly became a priest; now he's a cop. He may want to put religion behind him, but one morning a weird, eyeless, hermaphroditic corpse turns up. Suddenly he is on a path that will put him right in the middle of a war in Heaven. And once again, Heaven will show him too much: gore, blood, charred flesh, living corpses and much worse. Even more central to the heavenly war effort is a young girl. This American Indian child has something Gabriel wants. And Gabriel is willing to kill her and anyone in his path - or even reanimate a corpse or two - to get it.
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Gregory Widen
Production: Dimension Films
  2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.5
Rotten Tomatoes:
43%
R
Year:
1995
98 min
197 Views


or what?

Well, he wasn't exactly in condition

to walk a chalk line when we got here.

You're welcome to smell his breath,

if you like.

He is missing

one or two things, though.

- What's that?

- His eyes.

Maybe they're stuck

in the radiator grill.

Who's the room

registered under?

- John Smith.

- Anything interesting inside?

Well, there are what an experienced

detective like yourself...

could possibly construe

as signs of a struggle.

Of course, nobody saw

or heard anything.

- Place been dusted?

- Yeah. Nothing.

Kinda weird, huh,

somebody carrying that around?

That's why Lieutenant Deason

had me call you down on this.

Any ideas

what it's doin' here?

No.

"For it was there

at Nicene...

that the world's

fourth-century bishops...

declared that with the sacrifice

of God's Son man became one with God,

for the first time

lifted above all other creations...

to stand at His side

in Heaven. "

You been holdin' out on me.

I never knew you could read and write.

That measures eight feet.

- Where's Chimney Rock?

- Okay, let's move.

Arizona.

It's where I'll be

in two years and three months.

You gonna give all this up?

You're breakin' my heart.

Don't forget

to tip the maid.

# Ave Maria #

# Amen #

# Amen ##

Hey, what's the big idea

of sitting out here all alone?

Someone's here.

Where?

Pig out

on all the cake?

No.

But there, there might be one teeny,

tiny little piece left.

But you'll have to

race me for it.

- What's that?

- Where?

Oh, you sneak!

Tommy. A little early

for you, isn't it?

Joseph.

- They got you workin' days?

- Yeah.

Huh.

Tyson, slow down.

- Everybody's dead.

- Do you got any more of this?

No.

All right, where

do you wanna start?

Well, I think we could

skip the cause of death.

Why don't we begin

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Gregory Widen

Gregory Widen is an American screenwriter and film director. He is the creator of the Highlander film and television franchise, and the writer-director of the cult horror film The Prophecy. more…

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