|The Prophecy: Uprising|
Into the war between heaven and hell comes a brand-new enemy
|Title||The Prophecy: Uprising|
|Directed by||Joel Soisson|
|Written by||Joel Soisson; John Sullivan|
|Produced by||Ron Schmidt|
|Music by||Joseph LoDuca|
|Edited by||Kirk M. Morri|
|Distributed by||Dimension Films|
Neo Art & Logic
|Release date(s)||June 7th, 2005|
|Running time||88 min.|
|Preceded by||Prophecy 3: The Ascent|
|Followed by||Prophecy: Forsaken|
The Prophecy: Uprising is an American horror movie of the Biblical/supernatural subgenre. It was directed by Joel Soisson and is the fourth film in the Prophecy film series. It was produced by Ron Schmidt for Dimension Films and Neo Art & Logic and was released direct-to-video on June 7th, 2005. It follows the events of the 2000 film, The Prophecy 3: The Ascent and is followed by another sequel called The Prophecy: Forsaken, which was released the same year. The film stars Sean Pertwee as Dani Simionescu, Kari Wuhrer as Allison, Jason London as Simon and John Light as John Riegert, aka, Satan. Other stars in the film include Doug Bradley, Georgina Rylance, Stephen Billington, Dan Chiriac and Boris Petroff.
Cast[edit | edit source]
|John Light||John Riegert/Satan|
|Sean Pertwee||Dani Simionescu|
|Boris Petroff||Father Constantin|
|Florinel Popescu||Priest hitting wood plank|
|Ichim Luceafarul||Homeless man|
|Flori Truscan||Woman in police station|
|Adriana Butoi||Dani's mother|
|Mihai Verbintschi||Dani's father|
|David Aparu||Young Dani|
|Smaranda Popescu||Young Allison|
|Snowy Highfield||Fussy taxi driver|
|Nick Phillips||Helpful driver|
|Nelu Caragea||Man on telephone|
|Lucian Iordache||Man burning pictures|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- First film in the series without Christopher Walken in the starring role as the Archangel Gabriel.
- Second film in the series to be released direct-to-video.
- Was shot back-to-back with The Prophecy: Forsaken.
- Doug Bradley, who plays Laurel in this film, is best known for playing the role of Pinhead in the Hellraiser film series.
- Dicu Aurel, Adrian Pavoloschi and Vasilescu Valentin are uncredited in this film.
- Claudia Templeton, who plays Gloria, the flower shop woman, is the wife of director Joel Soisson.
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