The fallen Arch Angel
Gabriel (Christopher Walken) returns but
this time he's a homeless person and lost
his own battle to destroy humankind as
the war in Heaven still rages on as he
fears one of his enemies named Pyriel
(Scott Cleverdon) the Angel of Penocide
who intends to destroy all of mankind
But the only one who stands in his way is
Danyael (Dave Buzzotta) who was born of
an Angel and a woman and Gabriel stands
as his secret guardian this time since he
is unaware of his purpose after being
shot by a crazed fanatic named Zealot
(Brad Dourif) while preaching to people
that God doesn't care for anyone anymore.
Pyriel sends one of his angels named
Zophael (Vincent Spano) to track Danyael
down and to be destroyed as he seeks help
from a friend of his when he was human
named Maggie (Kayren Butler) convincing
her he is out to protect her and that
Danyael needs to be stopped.
There is a good shot on Danyael preaching about
God not caring and getting aggressive.
There's also a good shot on Zealot taking out a gun and shooting
at him with a nice slow motion shot on Danyael reacting to the shots and falling down.
We have a good shot on Maggie kneeling down towards Danyael and crying which looked extremely
There's also a good moment and camera
shot on Zealot in his apartment
speaking to himself out loud and a nice
shot on him slitting his wrist.
A great scene that involved Gabriel in a room cornered by Zophael.
There's a nice camera looking up on Joseph at a table discussing
A good shot on Danyael by rising up and bolting towards Joseph as the scene showed perfect energy. We
also have another moment with Zophael acting
menacing towards Joseph as well
demanding on where this person is.
We have a great shot on Danyael smashing
open a door and walking towards Zealot as we have a great shot on him looking lifeless.
We have a good moment with Zophael acting demanding a cashier at a
donut shop showing attitude towards him.
Many good fighting scene's
between Zophael and Danyael as
it looks very well choreographed.
There's a nice comedic shot on Gabriel driving in his car in the middle of
nowhere and playing the trumpet which
looked very fitting and funnily done.
We have a perfect shot on Maggie scrambling
to get some bullets to put in a gun and a
good shot on her aiming her gun and
The best scene was with Zophael being
firm with Maggie and telling her
who he is and why he is here and meaning
her no harm which looked very effective
We have a good humoress discussion between Gabriel in a diner towards a woman named Madge like in the first
film reuniting and mentioning what
happened the last time which worked very
There's a great car chasing scene that
involved Zophael getting
aggressive towards Maggie along
with a nice shot on Danyael speeding
away on his motorbike.
We have a disturbing and sad moment with Maggie suffering on the ground to
There's a nice effects with the camera
focusing both on Danyael and Pyriel having a conversation together and then Danyael himself attacking him with a spear.
Bottom line is that this is a nicely done film
with great effects too as we get lots of
good flashback scene's on what caused
this war in heaven and how some of these
fallen angels came to be. Gabriel this time portrays a good guy
which is a bit of a twist and it boggles
you who is a good angel or a bad angel
which keeps you wondering what the whole
truth is behind this whole mess too. The story like the rest of these film's
aren't that special but still entertained
if you're in the mood for it.
The acting is
still good as Christopher Walken
(Gabriel) grew his hair looking like a homeless
person as he seems to be a good guy this
time and seems quite mellow too. He does well acting cold
towards his fellow actor in a scene while cornering him.
Vincent Spano (Zophael) had the perfect looks
and attitude to play a cold and demanding
fallen angel in the film as he was
perfect on how he said his lines. He
showed terrific seriousness to his part
and knew how to be firm too. He really
stole the show with his performance.
Dave Buzzota (Danyael) really portrayed a
great fallen angel warrior in the film
and looked young for the part which
worked just as well too. He showed true
perfect aggressions to his part. Shows some nice aggressive
expressions to his part when he performs
his battles. Shows off great aggression when attacking someone with a spear.
Kayren Butler (Maggie) does well with her
crying emotions as well as her tough as
nails attitude at the same time. She
stood out quite well for her part more so
than most of the leading actresses in the
previous films. She really knew how to make her final performance
seem real when she's suffering to death.
Although Brad Dourif (Zealot) had a small
part in the film he was effective for his
role as a nutcase proving he can wear
other hats as a psycho than just the
voice of Chucky.
We have another small role by Scott
Cleverdon (Pyriel) towards the end of the
film portraying a Jesus type figure who
made his part memorable very clearly to
the plot of this film.
There is some woman briefly
nude piled up in front of an evil angel.
Some bloody gunshots
Many people are stabbed in the chest with
A heart is torn out
Steve Boeddeker composed
the music for this film this time but it
isn't too noticebable but has some nice
silent sounds to the plot with the odd
GOD IS NOT
DEAD!!!! He just doesn't give a damn
Killing you would be so easy.
Gabriel: Fried food can kill me, a
mugger can kill me. You're not so special
down here, Jones!
Jones: You answer my question, or
I'll personally see to it that you spend
the next millennium chained to a damp
wall, wondering just what that is that's
been winding its way up through your
bowels for the last 750 years.
So... this is what it feels like to be