Tue., February 19, 2013
Based on true events taken place in 1991, The Appearing looks interesting. The priest conducted his very first demon exorcism; but it proves to be his last. Spotlight Pictures brings us The Appearing and it is now in post production. The Appearing is directed by Daric Gates and stars Dean Cain, Will Wallace, Don Swayze, and Quinton Aaron.
Synopsis: City detective Michael (Wallace; The Tree of Life, The New World) relocates to a quaint, small town with his wife, Rachel (Emily Brooks; The Eugenist), following her emotional breakdown after the sudden death of their young daughter. Michael takes a job in the sheriff’s office, thinking not much will happen in such a quiet town. However, on his first day of duty, Michael is asked to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a teenage girl.
Michael teams up with Sheriff Hendricks (Swayze; Heathens and Thieves, The Visitation) to unlock the mystery. As their investigation deepens, they discover the missing girl’s boyfriend is locked up in a mental institution. They meet with his doctor, Dr. Shaw (Cain; “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” Out of Time), who explains they may be dealing with a dark supernatural entity, much to Michael’s disbelief.
Meanwhile, Michael isn’t the only one encountering an evil force—Rachel is being terrorized with constant nightmares and visions of a bloodied girl. Even though the dreams torment her, they end up leading her to the location of the missing teenage girl. But the case is far from being over as the evil entity now possesses Rachel, and Sheriff Hendricks has a dark secret of his own. Michael will have to summon up all his courage and faith to fight the evil forces in The Appearing.