• Lost Souls (2000)

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Lost Souls

Release Date: October 13th, 2000

DVD Release Date: February 27th, 2001

R |1 hr 37 min

Plot Summary

A modern thriller in which faith battles reason, Ryder plays a young woman who becomes aware of a conspiracy to enable the Devil to walk the earth in human form. To defeat the prophesy, she must convince a respected New York crime journalist, who is devoid of faith, that he is in fact the target of the conspiracy.

Cast: Winona Ryder, Ben Chaplin, Sarah Wynter, Philip Baker Hall, John Hurt, Elias Koteas, Brian Reddy, John Beasley

Director: Janusz Kaminski

Genres: Thriller

Production Co: Avery Pix, Castle Rock Entertainment, Prufrock Pictures

Distributors: New Line Home Video [us], New Line Cinema

Keywords: Dark, 2000s, Investigation, Tense, Pursuit, Hospital, Mystery, Office, New York City

Ratings & Reviews

  • 6
    Cody ClarkMr. Showbiz

    The only thing about this movie that will haunt you is its boggling ineptitude. show more

  • 50
    Roger EbertChicago Sun-Times

    Possesses the art and craft of a good movie, but not the story. show more

  • 63
    Chris KaltenbachBaltimore Sun

    A grade-B rumination on what a nasty guy the devil can be. show more

See all critic reviews on metacritic.com

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