The sci-fi adventure horror film The Devil Conspiracy is set to reach over 1000 screens in the United States on January 13th, and the folks at distributor Third Day Productions have chosen to add some creepiness to this holiday season by releasing a clip from the film that previews the events of a “silent night, unholy night”. You can check it out in the embed above.
Directed by Nathan Frankowski from a script written by producer Ed Alan, the film has the following synopsis: A powerful biotech company has breakthrough technology allowing them to clone history’s most influential people with just a few fragments of DNA. Behind this company is a cabal of Satanists that steals the shroud of Christ putting them in possession of Jesus’ DNA. The clone will serve as the ultimate offering to the devil. Archangel Michael comes to earth and will stop at nothing to end the devil’s conspiracy.
Alice Orr-Ewing (The Theory of Everything), Joe Doyle (Salem), Joe Anderson (Across the Universe), James Faulkner (Atomic Blonde), Brian Caspe (Jojo Rabbit), and Peter Mensah of Jason X star… And it’s very cool to see that Mensah is still a total badass all these years after Jason X.
The Devil Conspiracy was executive produced by Kevan Van Thompson, Vaclav Mottl, Michael Emerson, and Mike Sears.
A full trailer for The Devil Conspiracy was released last month, and can be seen at the bottom of this article. Samuel Goldwyn Films holds the North American digital rights to the film and will be giving it a digital release sometime later in 2023. The company’s Peter Goldwyn provided the following statement: “We are excited to bring The Devil Conspiracy to filmgoers next year. We think audiences will love this thrilling and epic depiction of the battle between heaven and hell.“
I was surprised that the imagery in the clip above and the tone of it was so creepy. I might have to give The Devil Conspiracy a watch at some point down the line. What did you think of the clip? Are you looking forward to this movie? Let us know by leaving a comment below.