Child of Satan aka Neron – USA, 2016 – reviews

‘Knowledge leads to extinction’

Child of Satan aka Neron is a 2016 American horror feature film directed by Mitesh Kumar Patel and Sam Son. It stars Eric Roberts, Kacey Clarke [Barnfield] and Caite Upton.

After a freak accident during her baby shower, Allison, a dedicated nurse, is rushed to the hospital. After the premature birth of her son Neron, strange events emerge: illusions, vivid dreams, and unexplained killings.

The events are linked back to Neron as Allison is taken by sudden premonitions that reveal the victims of her son’s next choice. Reverend Jones (Eric Roberts) recognizes an evil power in Neron and tries to free the boy by all means possible…

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Reviews [click links to read more]:

“This is in fact arguably the single worst film I’ve had to sit through in my long reviewing tenure not just here at Blu-ray.com, but other internet sites […] I should probably add a caveat that Child of Satan was so relentlessly bad that I may in fact have gone into some kind of beta state while watching it and cannot completely recall all of the events I was forced to witness.” Jeffrey Kauffman, Blu-ray.com

“Devoid of horror and suspense, and written without irony (“the craziest eyes I’ve ever seen!”), this had the potential to be a fun 70’s style post-Omen devil-movie but constantly insults its audience with brain-dead plotting, passionless sex scenes and predictably useless CGI blood.” Steven West, Horrorscream Videovault

Main cast:

  • Eric Roberts – Evil Exhumed; Sorority Slaughterhouse; Amityville Death House; et al
  • Kacey Clarke [Barnfield] – Clash of the Dead; I Spit on Your Grave 2; Roadkill; et al
  • Caite Upton
  • Mykel Shannon Jenkins
  • Yves Bright
  • James Martin Kelly
  • Raymond Forchion
  • Meg Wolf
  • Sophia Santi
  • Gregor Manns
  • Skoti Collins
  • Ashley Cordelia
  • Kirk Bovill
  • Bianca Desai
  • Concetta D’Agnese

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