DirectorJoshua Butler Music directorChristopher Lennertz LanguageEnglish
WriterClive Barker, Doris Egan, Hans Rodionoff Release dateOctober 26, 2002 (2002-10-26) CastGreg Serano (Tomas Alcala), Gina Ravera (Det. Rachel Dressler), Mary Mara (Munkar), Rebecca Harrell Tickell (Nakir), William B. Davis (Father Michael), Antonio Cupo (Brother Gregory) Similar moviesMolly and the Ghost (1991)
TaglineTo save the past, we must change the future.
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Saint Sinner (full title Clive Barker Presents Saint Sinner) is a 2002 horror TV-movie written by Doris Egan and Hans Rodionoff based on a short story by executive producer Clive Barker. It was directed by Joshua Butler. Aside from the title, it is unrelated to the comic-book series published by Marvel Comics' Razorline imprint and created by Barker. In this movie, an immortal monk hunts down two succubi. It premiered on the U.S. Sci Fi Channel on October 26, 2002.
In 1815 California, Father Michael, an emissary of Pope Pius VII, has traveled to meet with novice monk Brother Tomas. The young monk's order serves as the secret repository for evil, supernatural objects collected by the Church, and kept there for safekeeping. Michael delivers an ancient statue that has trapped two beautiful female demons, Munkar and Nakir. Tomas and his friend Brother Gregory inadvertently release the murderous demons, who travel to the 21st century using the monastery's Wheel of Time. To redeem himself, Tomas pursues them to present-day Seattle, Washington, where he allies with police detective Rachel Dressler to recapture the homicidal terrors.