As with writer/director Jeff Thomas' first feature, 13 SECONDS, the basis of this story has to do with religious ideals. A former preacher, now CSI investigator, is investigating old murders that occurred at an abandoned prison after a demolition uncovers a hidden room filled with skeletons. Dozens of remains are found, dating to murders and disappearances from a hundred and fifty years ago. And these murders are still happening, done by both a human vessel and an assortment of nasty looking demons that represent The Seven Deadly Sins. As he and the other investigators uncover what is happening he has to come to grips with is beliefs. David Hess is great as the demon Kajal and the 'showdown' between the ex-preacher and him, in the bowels of the old prison, is entertaining and makes for a good, thoughtful ending.
I wished some of the actors had more screen time before they were killed off (Reggie went quickly!) , and for the demons/monsters to be seen more, as I couldn't get a sense of some of them.