Grim Reaper, The

Grim Reaper, The

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This little number we have here details the tragedies of not accepting Christ into your life. You see, we have an average deep south family. A mother and father, and two boys. The mother has accepted Christ as her personal savior, as has one of the boys who is training to become a pastor. However, the other two aren’t as Godly…

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This little number we have here details the tragedies of not accepting Christ into your life. You see, we have an average deep south family. A mother and father, and two boys. The mother has accepted Christ as her personal savior, as has one of the boys who is training to become a pastor. However, the other two aren’t as Godly. The father is a hard-drinking manly man who, despite the fact he cares for his entire family, is extremely misled and hasn’t accepted Christ. His son drives (gasp) race cars around all day on a race track (actually stock footage). He’d much rather be doing this. Unfortunately, it is too late for him to be saved, as he dies in a car crash. He is than sent to Hell, and Daddy has an incredible feeling of guilt that its his fault his son has been damned for all eternity. He tries to contact the boy through mysticism, not realizing he is going through Satan to talk to his boy. In the film’s climatic moment, the father dreams a trip to Hell, truly one of the most astonishing sequences ever caught on film. Imagine Hell directed by David Lynch in Technicolor on a budget that Corman would balk at. Even that doesn’t explain the surrealism of the sequence. Fortunatly, by the end he is saved and realizes his wicked ways. Wow, this film is one of the most jaw-dropping pieces of propaganda ever caught on film. Due to Ormond’s roots in the exploitation business and his inability to shake those roots, the film is an incredibly unique film experience. In fact the only other films that compare are Ormond’s other Christploitation films. With horrible acting, cheap shots at other religions, and a world view that makes Ned Flanders look like Luis Bunuel, this is an unique and misguided film experience.

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