When Heaven Comes Down
Gary M.Lumpp (executive), Ed Gubbins (associate), Robert Z'Dar (associate) for Mind's I Productions
directed by Gary M.Lumpp
starring Emily Albright, Cory Schiffern, Joe Gordon, Dominica Wasilewska, Anthony Sabatino, Aaron Reisner, Robert Z'Dar, Jeff Dylan Graham, Molly Fix, Audrae Stephen, Jennfer Abernathy, Syn DeVil, Benedict Paul, Darren Hafford, Carl Genero, John Cisneros, Michele Farkas, James Palmer, Randy Benzie, Gerardo Cardenas, John Fitch, Jim Spice, Coy Barringer, Bob Farster
written by Gary M.Lumpp
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3 years ago, Sam (Emily Albright) found her roommate killed by a
religious fanatic who called himself the Saviour (Joe Gordon), who
then also threatened her and called her his chosen one - until he was
arrested by detective Nash (Aaron Reisner), that is.
Now, Sam seems to
be in control of her life again, she's a bartender, runs a domestic
violence-self help group on the side, tries to save her friend and
roommate Julie (Dominica Wasilewska) from her abusive boyfriend (Anthony
Sabatino), and she has a boyfriend, Josh (Cory Schiffern) who seems to be
very much in love with her. Then though, the members of her self-help
group and their abusive boyfriends start getting killed off one by one,
plus Julie and her boyfriend die - and everything looks as if the Saviour
was back to his old tricks - thing is, he's still in prison, as (now
ex-)detective Nash confirms.
Ultimately, Sam heads to the country with
Josh to evade the madman ... only to find out that it was no one else but
Josh who did all the killings, as he has met the Saviour in prison and has
fallen under his spell. Then though the real Saviour, who has just escaped
from prison, shows up, kills Josh, who he claims has misinterpreted his
teachings, and then goes after Sam, whom he wants to carry his child - but
in a concerted effort, Sam and Nash, who arrives on the scene just in
time, can kill the Saviour.
Run-of-the-mill cheap slasher that
tries to be so much more - what with the self-help group and the domestic
violence subplot - and delivers just more of the same. Plus, the movie
features a few too many characters to realy stay focussed on its main
story. Add to that an uninspired directorial job and a bad sound quality
(even considering this is a no-budget independent production) - and you
are left with rather little.