Viy Spirit of Evil 2001 Horror Movie Review
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An eerie, foreboding, rarely-seen classic horror film from Russia, “Viy” is based on 19th century writer Nikolai Gogol’s original story of Thomas Brutus, a theology student who is forced to read scripture for a young woman who has died. What he doesn’t know is, she is the devil’s emissary on earth. Over the three nights of his mission, Thomas is tempted and tormented by all the minions of hell as the young man’s faith and courage are tested in a trial by fire.
About Viy (Spirit of Evil) (2001)
Viy Spirit of Evil
Leonid Kuravlyov, Natalya Varley, Aleksei Glazyrin, Vadim Zakharchenko, Nikolai Kutuzov,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
NR (Not Rated)Runtime:
78 minutesDirector: Konstantin Yershov Georgi Kropachyov,
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