Eternal Damn Nation
Stefanie Cupac, Alan Del Tufo, Brett Freitag, Rich McDonald, Richard Tomicic for Draftstar Entertainment, Plymouth Filmworks
directed by Alan Del Tufo
starring Jade Elysan, Alan Del Tufo, Carson Dougherty, John B. McCann, Megan Lavner, Betsy Sanders, WyattKuether, Joe Carney, Destiny Monet Cruz, Seth Ruffer, Roy James Wilson, Josh Potter, Adam Vadasz, Ali Ryan, JessAnn Smith, Mick Gyure, Joe DeSpirito, Carrie DeNito, Cindy Rea, Jacqueline Pereda, Cindy M. Del Tufo, Carol Iaizzi, Nick Salerno, Margot Bercy, Jill Haas, Danielle Roth
written by Alan Del Duf, music by the Slim Walker Orchestra
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Eileen (Jade Elysan) knows it's not her day when she runs over a priest
in a freak car accident that even knocks her out for a couple of minutes.
When she comes to though, the priest is horribly mutilated and his eyes
are torn out - things that couldn't have been caused by the accident.
Later, when she's out camping with her friends, her best friend and
roommate Danielle (Carson Dougherty) claims one of the group (Wyatt
Kuether) tried to drug and rape her ... and suddenly the girls find
themselves on the run from a psychopath, and while Danielle manages to get
away it seems, Eileen gets knocked out ... and wakes up in Rian's (Alan
Del Tufo) apartment. Rian, who is of yet a stranger to her, claims the
psychopath was actually possessed by a demon, and the demons are after her
especially because she's supposed to be impregnated by the devil - but he,
Rian, is an angel and will try to protect her. Eileen thinks he's totally
bonkers of course and makes a hasty escape ... only to be attacked in her
own apartment by Danielle (who has by now been possessed) and her minions.
Rian saves her life, and now she does believe him ... but as Rian had to
kill an attacker doing so, the two of them are soon arrested.
Sorenson (John B. McCann) and Vasher (Megan Lavner) try to make heads and
tails of the situation, but don't even begin to comprehend any of this,
when they run across Danielle in Rian's apartment, who promptly kills
Sorenson, and Vasher is only saved by Rian's landlady (Betsy Sanders) who
apparently knows more about all of this than she has ever let be known -
but then a demon possesses Vasher ...
Eileen is sprung from prison, but
to her horror she has to come to the realization her lawyer (Josh Potter)
has beenb possessed as well, and he makes her his prisoner. But she is not
down for the count yet, as Rian manages to break out of jail, and a little
girl (Destiny Monet Cruz) who proves to be the spirit of her deceased
daughter do their best to save her - but can they even hope to overcome
the devil's ever-growing army?
Eternal Damn Nation is a
quite fascinating little horror movie, as it creates a world all of its
own out of surprisingly little outside of the ordinary, and while the
story and backstory of this movie are very complex, little time is wasted
with hammering storypoints home, while the plot is still logically
structured and stringently told. Add to that a dynamic directorial effort,
plenty of well-staged fight scenes and some spirited performances, and
you've got yourself a nice piece of genre cinema.