The Last Gateway 2009 Horror Movie Review
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This title is an English-language horror film tied to demons. The story unfolds when Michael and Marianne, recently married and having moved into their new home, come to discover that their peaceful lives are about to be turned upside down when Michael starts suffering from severe stomach pains. They will soon discover that the pain comes from a miscalculation made by Victor, a demonologist who has just opened a portal to hell, in Michael’s stomach. Now both Michael and Marianne have to run from dangerous people who are after this gate, while facing horrific creatures that are escaping from the portal that Michael carries in his body. They will soon arrive to a deserted town which will be plagued with monsters and death. Will Michael find a way out before it’s too late?
About The Last Gateway (2009)
The Last Gateway
Kevin Schiele, Rodrigo Aragon, Salomé Boustani, Patricio Schwartz, Hugo Halbrich,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
105 minutesDirector: Demián Rugna,
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