I think this film deserves more credit than alot of people have given it. There are a few points where the twists that they throw will make you recap some things in your head to decipher whether they are even possible. But aside from those moments of clarity, or non-clarity in some cases, this film was very well done. The films starts off in the present time with a man going to the authorities to tell them he knows who the dreaded 'God's Hand' killer is... he suspects his brother. Of course the detective does not believe him so he launches into a story from his childhood to explain his suspicions. He tells them of their father having a heavenly vision which instructed him that the end was near and that he and his two boys must destroy demons that are masquerading as humans. One of the brothers believed in the visions while the other was against the killing. But, his father was completely convinced so he went about the task of knocking off those who he believed to be demons and burying them in a garden behind their house. The detective was not fully convinced, but interested enough to escort the informant to the garden where the bodies of those that were on the angel's hitlist were supposedly buried. Once at the make-shift burial ground, the detective discovers the truth about the true identity of the 'God's Hand' killer. Again, I thought this movie was very well done. The acting was spot-on, and the story was strange enough to just be believable. Religious zealots have done so many horrible things in the name of their deities throughout time, that it is not hard to fathom that one of these bible-thumping nutbags floating around in the world could do the same. If you haven't seen this one, do yourself a favor and do so.