Hellbinders

Synopsis: A supernatural battle for souls plays out on the streets with lots of guns and knives.
 
IMDB:
3.9
R
Year:
2009
90 min
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[DRAMATIC SOUNDS & MUSIC]

[ROARING AND PANTING]

[PUNCHES]

Give up, Cain. Your

order has been dissolved,

your temples' sacked, your

brothers burned at the stake.

You're less welcome

in this world than I.

Then we'll burn

in hell together.

Go ahead, destroy this body.

I'll find a thousand

more to hunt you down.

We're in the emptiest

of wastelands...

No one around to possess.

And I'm not feeling merciful.

[DEMONS ROARING]

Rest in peace.

Well?

So what's in the case?

A book.

What kind of book?

An old one.

How old?

How the hell should I know.

Look, do we have a deal or not?

That's only half the money.

You get the other half

when you finish the job.

How do I know this

is not a setup?

If this was a setup we

wouldn't have told you

we were cops Detective before

we hired you to kill somebody.

Maybe you guys are

just being tricky.

Once I take the cash you could

whip out your cuffs and say

"hey, we told you we

were cops, dumb ass."

It doesn't work that way.

Why not?

Because ... Because no

one would be stupid enough

to fall for something like

that.

Okay, look. I'm sure you've

already hacked our database

Perish the thought so you know

we've lost thirty undercover

officers to this... cult?

More like a crime syndicate.

Whatever, the point is

thirty cops, thirty.

And at least half of

them have switched sides.

Fucking switched sides!

It's...

it's beyond embarrassing.

It's totally fucked up.

Totally.

Totally.

We can't afford to

lose any more cops.

But you can afford

to pay my rate.

So last week's big drug

bust wasn't quite as big

as we first reported.

This is LA, skimming

money ispractically

standard operating procedure.

So how do I get inside?

Their boss, someone

named Samael.

Samael?

What in the hell

kinda name is that?

I don't know, Middle Eastern?

Sounds like a queer.

Don't know that either,

and don't want to.

You know that could be the

reason Rodriguez jumped ship.

Point is he paid as

hit load of money

to have this shipped

over from Jerusalem.

Girls are a lot hotter in

Tel Aviv. Half as hit load.

The other halfupon d e livery.

My half?

That's between you

and a pile of bodies.

We've got there al

courier locked up

so god damned tight even

immigration doesn't

know he's in country.

So all you've got to do

is walk in with the case

and start shooting.

Hmm...

Simple.

I like it.

So who do you want me to

kill besides the queer?

All of 'em. Everybody.

Even your own guys?

They're not our guys anymore.

Fine. Deal.

Kill 'em all,

that's, my motto anyway.

One question ...

Considering how many of your

own

people you've lost,

how do you know

I won't betray you too?

Because you're a god

damned mercenary,

all you care about is money.

All about the money, yeah,

that's my other motto.

So what's the deal?

Usual. They pay us a lot of

money, we kill a lot of people.

Typical, same damn

thing even when we're

workin' for the good guys.

They're cops, who said

they were good guys?

Better than us.

It's all about

living the good life,

everything else is

a waste of time.

Jesus, Max, you never change.

Thank God for small blessings.

Alright. So how

many people's a lot?

Call George. Tell him

to bring everything.

Fine, but I have a bad

feeling about this.

You get a bad feeling

about every job I take.

Yeah, but I have are ally bad

feeling about this one.

Carmen, relax. It's

gonna be a cake walk.

Alright, but I hope you at

least got an advance this time.

You wound me.

This is madness,

Hiroshi. Your own family

Means nothing t o me anymore.

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