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  • bonechillerHold onto a loved one if you’re brave enough to catch Deliver Us From Evil. Smart and stylish this nifty horror thriller from EOne Entertainment is now lashing out at all things innocent. Do come see what all the fuss is about at Cineplex Odeon Theatres still left standing in Beautiful British Colum­bia.

    There’s nothing remotely beautiful about the tough alleyways of Brooklyn or the Bronx New York. Crime is always on the menu for spe­cial ops master Ralph Sarchie. Never mind that this true blue hero is mar­ried or with a small child. Pressure continues to gnaw away at Sarchie as he becomes immersed Ina series of bi­zarre murders.

    Top actor Eric Bana (Munich) is usually an artist in control. Given the circumstances this upholder of the law finds himself in it’s not to see him lose faith. Believing in God is one of the elements that makes this movie so compelling. Caught off guard by he horrors of the crimes and the strangeness of the whole affair with traces of the occult and forces of evil seeping through and trying to get out direc­tor/screenwriter Scott Derrickson pulls off a superior thriller that’s both horrific and interesting.

    Bolstered by the strong work of Edgar Ramirez and some terrifying looks at demons and possession De­liver Us From Evil is a thriller that is clever, well paced, expertly acts – and downright scary.

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