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A police detective is swept into a web of deception and, in search of the truth, finds herself in a contest with forces of the occult.
No Sin Goes Unpunished.
Title: Entrance, The
Release Date: October 06, 2006
Runtime: 81 mins
All Genres: Horror, Thriller
Colors: Color, Black and White
Sound: Dolby Digital
IMDB Rating: 4.3
Buried.com Rating: 5.3 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With E
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for violence including sexual assault, language and some drug content.
Sarah Jane Redmond ...Detective Porhowski
Michael Eklund ...Ryan James
Ron Sauve ...The Janitor
Jerry Wasserman ...The Rapist
Frank Cassini ...The Devil
Colin Cunningham ...Officer Banks
Bernard Cuffling ...Stan Porhowski
Hiro Kanagawa ...Detective Nolan
C. Ernst Harth ...The Pedophile
Taja Lee ...Demon
Zoltan Barabas ...1st Sinner
Daryl Bennett ...The Priest
Siobhan McCarthy ...The Nun (as S. Siobhan McCarthy)
Joel Wirkkunen ...Officer Grant
Lauren Littleton ...Drug Addict in Parkade
Mihola Terzic ...young Porhowski
Chris Cope ...young Rapist
Kevin Funk ...young Boy
Lucas Bennett ...Voice of young Boy (voice)
Jon Funk ...Homeless Man
Colleen Butterly ...Waitress (as Colleen Butterley)
Artine Brown ...Drug Dealer
Juan Riedinger ...Drug Addict #1
Christine Gavin Bartlett ...Drug Addict #2
Daniel Boileau ...Drug Addict #3
Deloris Piper ...Drug Addict #4
Katie Chapman ...Rape Victim
Keith D. Humphrey ...Stan's Victim (as Keith Humphrey)
yvonne Myers ...Police Officer #1
Chris Eastman ...Police Officer #2
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The Entrance Horror Film Trailer 1
"The Devil You Know"
"Inside It's Raining"
More Movie Taglines:
- No Sin Goes Unpunished.
- Inspired by true events
- The Janitor: They are as all men, made or unmade by themselves, creators of their own destiny. And just as like is drawn to like, they attract not what they want, but that which they are. Those responsible, and those who fall victim tonight are one and the same. They are all sinners.
- The bathroom mirror Michael Eklund cracked with his forehead in the fight scene with Sarah-Jane Redmond was real. Breaking it was not planned. The actors remained in character and continued with their performance, allowing the take to be used in the film.
When Sarah-Jane Redmond is walking alone through the parking garage, the operatic song heard is the Lord's Prayer in Latin.
The games room scenes were filmed in the basement of an abandoned psychiatric hospital.
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