Best Evil Movies


  • Constantine

    Constantine (R, 2005)

    Keanu Reeves, Rachel Weisz, Shia LaBeouf, Djimon Hounsou, Max Baker
    An ordinary man with an extraordinary gift must save the planet from evil in this action-packed fant... read moreasy. Unknown to most people, the world is crowded with spirits both good and evil who walk among us in human guise. One of the few who can see these spirits is John Constantine (Keanu Reeves), but the responsibility of his vision is more than he can stand, and he tries to kill himself. Saved from death, Constantine must now atone for his actions by acting as a guardian in the middle ground between Paradise and Hell. Constantine also makes the acquaintance of Angela Dodson (Rachel Weisz), a police detective who becomes aware of his unusual gift while looking into the death of her sister; he leads her into the unknown world of the spirits and soon circumstances demand that they join forces in a desperate bid to save humanity from evil. Constantine also features Tilda Swinton, Peter Stormare, and Gavin Rossdale, the latter best known as the lead singer of the rock group Bush. Michelle Monaghan (Made of Honor) was originally in the film (cast as a half-breed demon) but director Francis Lawrence cut her scenes. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
    • dnloden
      dnloden: . Reeves, a very skilled demon hunter, tries to rid the earth of evil and hopefully buy his way into heaven. Its a hell of a ride all the way to the end
      Reviewed 13 months days ago
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      fb100000586883007: . Even though angel gabriel wasnt evil it still had a good and evil story.
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
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      fb1588489670: . Pretty much the whole heave vs hell and good vs evil conflict.
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
  • Night Watch (Nochnoi Dozor)

    Night Watch (Nochnoi Dozor) (R, 2006)

    Konstantin Khabensky, Vladimir Menshov, Valery Zolotukhin, Maria Poroshina, Galina Tyunina
    Two bands of warriors, one good and one evil, battle to keep the peace in Moscow in this cat's cradl... read moree thriller from Russia. In 1342, the Warriors of Light (led by Gesser, Lord of Light) and the Warriors of Darkness (led by Zavulon, General of Darkness) declare a truce under which each side will form a law enforcement team to monitor the other side's activities. The Warriors of Light, who enforce the powers of good, patrol the Night Watch, while the Warriors of Darkness, who openly embrace evil, staff the Day Watch. Each watch group also contains "Others," mortals with supernatural powers from both sides that include vampires, shapeshifters, witches, and the like. Prophecy suggests that one day, a Great One will surface and permanently extinguish the threat of an apocalyptic war between the two sides by upsetting the balance, lending greater power to either good or evil (depending on his or her choice) and thus determining the future of mankind forever. In 1992, Night Watch member and Warrior of Light Anton Gordesky (Konstantin Khabensky) discovers he's an "other" amid a sting on a witch. Cut to twelve years later. In 2004, Anton still works the Night Watch, but now he's a vampiric warrior who drinks blood. One night, while on patrol, he rescues a young boy named Egor (Dima Martinov) from a handful of Dark Warriors, but in the process, he encounters Svetlana (Maria Poroshina), a woman who acts as a "funnel" -- a conduit for the powers of evil. Anton reflects on the prophecy regarding "The Great One," and begins to suspect that Svetlana and Egor may be harbingers of this fateful event. As the first installment in a Russian trilogy, Night Watch (aka Nochnoj Dozor) was a massive box-office success in its native Russia, and is followed by the second installment, Day Watch; it was released in the U.S. with a heavy prologue and epilogue, and animated subtitles that alternately scuttle across the screen, dissolve, shudder, and explode.20th Century Fox not only purchased United States distribution rights for the film, but also announced plans for a Westernized remake. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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      fb726104107: eading a fantastic series about vampires, werewolves, and wizards engaged in a struggle of good and evil in modern-day Moscow, you can take the short cut and watch an entertaining Russian-subtitled ac
      Reviewed 24 days days ago
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      fb613468769: [spoilers] Strangest movie I have ever seen about good vs evil, light vs dark, wizards vs vampires. Obviously shot on a low budget, but the grittiness is capt
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
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      fb1197176690: . Lots of killer visuals and good vs evil brooding. I wonder how long it will take until the next installment reaches our shores. However
      Reviewed 2 years days ago