Eternal Evil 1998 Horror Movie Review
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Astral projection is the scary topic here, as Paul Sharp (Winston Rekert) delves into practicing it. He’s an unsuccessful film director who looks for something new and finds Janus (the ever spooky Karen Black). Janus teaches him how to wander outside of his body, but some spirit seems intent on knocking off everyone that Paul loves. Paul’s an unlikable slouch so it’s his relatives that elicit the sympathy here, but they’re doomed by the eternal evil. The answer to all of this is much more interesting than anticipated, and almost makes this thriller/horror film worth it. Almost. —Keith Simanton
About Eternal Evil (1998)
Winston Rekert, Karen Black, John Novak, Patty Talbot, Vlasta Vrana,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
R (Restricted)Director: George Mihalka,
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