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The Believers (10-Jun-1987)

Director: John Schlesinger

Writer: Mark Frost

From novel by: Nicholas Conde

Keywords: Thriller, Voodoo

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gary Farmer
Actor
12-Jun-1953   Henry & Verlin
Eddie Jones
Actor
1937   Jonathan Kent on Lois & Clark
Robert Loggia
Actor
3-Jan-1930   The Jagged Edge
Richard Masur
Actor
20-Nov-1948   Who'll Stop the Rain
Helen Shaver
Actor
24-Feb-1951   In Praise of Older Women
Martin Sheen
Actor
3-Aug-1940   The West Wing
Jimmy Smits
Actor
9-Jul-1955   L.A. Law
Elizabeth Wilson
Actor
4-Apr-1921   The Graduate
Harris Yulin
Actor
5-Nov-1937   Roger Stanton on 24

REVIEWS

Review by Dante M. Quinn (posted on 28-Dec-2009)

The movie "The Believers" was definitely an excersize in psychological horror . The part played by Martin Sheen as the Police Psychologist, tortured by the death of his wife and trying to save his son from the grips of part of a satanic worship cult ,leaves you in suspense from beginning to end. I have to say, there are lots of similarities to "Rosemary's Baby"or "The Omen" along those lines. Of course always a headliner is the part of the Police Luitenant " Taggert" Played by Robert Loggia who is in hot pursuit ,following all leads to find out "Who" or "What" forces of evil are behind the rash of self inflicted Homicides going on in the bowels of the city. All in all for a 1987 flick, The Story (plot) Acting, and Photography, all made for a very intense Drama, that even made me a "Believer"


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