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Director  Karen Lam
Initial DVD release  June 9, 2015 (USA)
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Country  Canada
3.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Fantasy, Horror, Thriller
Music director  Patric Caird
Writer  Karen Lam
Language  English
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Release date  September 28, 2013 (2013-09-28) (Stockholm)
Cast  Richard Harmon (Konner), Kat de Lieva (Evangeline), Kelvin Redvers (Billy), Natalie Grace (Molly)
Similar movies  Let's Be Cops, Cashback, Beetlejuice, The Man from Earth, Good Will Hunting, 21
Tagline  Do unto others

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Evangeline is tortured and left for dead by a gang of thrill seeking killers. An ancient demons spirit finds her dying in the forest and gives her a blood lust for vengeance.

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Evangeline is a Canadian horror/thriller film, which was written and directed by Karen Lam.

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Evangeline (Kat de Lieva) has left her sheltered upbringing to reinvent herself in college. As she begins to break out of her shell, she attracts the attention of a sociopathic fraternity leader (Richard Harmon) and his two cohorts. “Beaten and left for dead, Evangeline finds herself trapped in a supernatural nightmare, where she is caught between salvation and vengeance. But to save herself, Evangeline discovers she must make the most horrifying choice of all…

Cast

  • Kat de Lieva as Evangeline Pullman
  • Richard Harmon as Michael Konner
  • Mayumi Yoshida as Shannon
  • David Lewis as Mr. K
  • Kelvin Redvers as Billy
  • John Shaw as Jim
  • Nelson Leis as Dee
  • Dejan Loyola as Ali
  • Madison Smith as Mitch
  • Anthony Shim as Mark
  • Natalie Grace as Molly
  • Ella Kosor as Clara
  • Lucy Harvey as Brandice
  • Production

    According to Lam, the script of Evangeline was motivated by reactions to the Pickton murders in the Vancouver area, and the Highway of Tears murders in northern British Columbia.

    Reception

    The film is described as a supernatural revenge fantasy, about a university student (played by Kat de Lieva) who is beaten and left for dead in the woods. Underpinning the film is a religious theme: the dilemma of eye for an eye (retributive justice) versus turning the other cheek.

    Awards

    Evangeline received nine nominations for the Leo Awards, winning two. The film also won two awards, Best Director and Best Cinematography, at the 2013 Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival.

    Release

    The film premiered on September 28, 2013 in the Monsters of Film festival, in Stockholm, and opened the 2014 Vancouver International Women in Film Festival. The film was released in the United States as Direct to video production, on 8 May 2015 on Video on Demand and on June 9, 2015 on DVD and Blu-Ray.

    References

    Evangeline (2013 film) Wikipedia
    Evangeline (2013 film) IMDb Evangeline (2013 film) themoviedb.org


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