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Way of the Wicked (2014)

Way of the Wicked (2014)

Vinnie JonesChristian SlaterEmily TennantJake Croker
Kevin Carraway


Way of the Wicked (2014) is a English movie. Kevin Carraway has directed this movie. Vinnie Jones,Christian Slater,Emily Tennant,Jake Croker are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. Way of the Wicked (2014) is considered one of the best Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Father Henry goes to a local police detective and they learn that a troubled teen with a dark past has recently moved to town and has set his sights on the cop's beautiful, young daughter. Father Henry, who turns out to have secrets of his own, finds himself pitted against a demonic force more diabolically evil and twisted than any of them could have imagined.


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Way of the Wicked (2014) Reviews

  • More Like The Way Of The Tricked


    Don't be fooled by the title of this movie. There is hardly anything Wicked about it, other than the fact that people were tricked into watching it expecting a dark thriller horror and getting a weak teenage romance with paranormal undertones. The movie is about a teenager, Robbie, who supposedly is the son of the devil and has telekinetic abilities. When he was 12 he supposedly killed another boy who was bullying him without even touching him. Fast forward 5 years and the guy (played by Jake Croker) is back in town and attending high school there. He soon rekindles a friendship he had with Heather who is the daughter of a local policeman played by Vinnie Jones. She was his friend when they were 12 and soon there is a romantic entanglement between the two of them. Unexplained deaths then start occurring of the people who crossed either Heather or Robbie and the policeman together with a defrocked priest played by Christian Slater are trying to solve the mystery of what is going on. The good points of this movie are few if any. There is one twist in the story but it's not that difficult to figure out. The acting is not the worst out there but it's not great in any way or even decent for that matter. Vinnie Jones who is English and playing a police officer in an American town was an odd choice for the role though. There is a reference to him drinking a lot and yet we only see him have half a glass of wine throughout the whole film. The fact that no one reacts much when the unexplained deaths start happening is another odd thing about the movie. There is one scene where someone gets run over by a piece of farm equipment which shouldn't even be running as the engine was taken out of it. And yet everyone just goes on about their business as if it's a regular occurrence in their town. So overall I wouldn't recommend this movie. It could have been engaging and entertaining but it's neither of those things. It's bland, mostly badly acted and forgettable. A 3 out of 10.

  • Wicked ways


    This is a low budget straight to DVD film that mixes up The Omen with Carrie. Christian Slater whose career hit the skids somewhere in the mid 1990s (who remembers that once he was regarded as the new Jack Nicholson?) plays a weird priest who believes that his book reveals the existence of an anti Christ. Vinnie Jones plays a detective who hails from England but now migrated to a small American town. He loves his daughter who is going out with a high school jock who meets a nasty death. She is also attracted to a childhood friend Robbie who has returned after an incident some years ago. His return sets off a bizarre chain of events. This is just a low budget, derivative B movie. One of the leads, Jake Croker must be the oldest high school student in town. His hairline is receding. Apart from guessing which film it knocks off you can guess that there will be a twist in the ending.

  • It's not one of the best movies I have seen in a while but it was entertaining and I wasn't bored.


    "Everything that's been going on around us has all been foretold." After residents of a small town begin to die mysteriously the local cop John Elliott (Jones) is at a loss. When his daughter tells him of an old friend of hers as returned to her school he remembers events of the past. When Father Henry (Slater) shows up and tells Elliott what he thinks is going on he doesn't believe him, but when his daughter becomes a target he is only one who can stop him. If you were to judge this by the cover and cast (like I did originally) you would probably not expect much. Christian Slater has fallen into the Val Kilmer school of acting lately. He does a lot of movies without caring if they are good or not. Vinnie Jones is, well, Vinnie Jones. Armed with those expectations I was looking forward to a long boring movie. While the movie isn't amazing or something I would watch again I have to say that I did end up liking it. The movie is kind of like if Damien went to high school. There are enough horror aspects to appease horror fans and enough drama and intrigue to please non horror fans. This is a B movie and nothing amazing but I expected much worse. I do have to say that this is Slater's best movie in a while. Overall, it's not one of the best movies I have seen in a while but it was entertaining and I wasn't bored. I give this a B.

  • Typical D Class Vinnie Jones movie!


    Review: I was waiting for ages for something to happen in this movie, but it was just too slow and the showdown at the end wasn't that great. It was good to see Vinnie Jones playing an emotional character except for a heavy baddie, like most of his movies, but the storyline was pretty weak and the acting from the other characters was poor. The twist at the end came way to late in the film and Christian Slater was only in a couple of scenes, even though he's plastered all of the poster. We have all seen this type of concept before, we're a teenage stranger comes into college and he gets picked on by the popular students, so the storyline wasn't original or even slightly interesting. In all, I wasn't that impressed with this cheaply made movie which didn't have that much thought behind it. Disappointing! Round-Up: Poor Christian Slater! He just seems to be taking in any project that comes his way, and they all seem to be badly made films that go straight to DVD. His career seemed promising after starring in big films like Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves, Interview With A Vampire and True Romance, but his career went on a downhill slump when the work dried up. The same goes for other promising actors like Val Kilmer and Cuba Gooding Jr. who also go straight to DVD, after having box office success earlier on in there careers. Vinnie Jones impressed me in this film because he seemed to be more natural and calm in his role. Its just a shame that the actual movie wasn't that good. I also found his annoying daughter quite irritating, which didn't help because she was the main character, so in all, it's not a movie that I would be watching again in a hurry. Budget: $3million Worldwide Gross: N/A I recommend this movie to people who are into there spooky drama/thrillers, about a teenage boy who has a shady past and gets picked on by the popular students at college. 2/10

  • Way of the Wicked (2014)


    There are pretty much all the cliché in the movie. The as***** jock, the cool bad guy who is so desirable, faithful friends (some more hysterical than others!), and the girl who is the object of desire. Also we have the priest with the crazy theory and the overprotective dad. I couldn't get sympathetic or identify with the characters. I was wondering why they act so stupid in the entire movie. More stupid than in usual movies. Hmmm So you suspect the character of the bad guy as being the one who killed your friend, lets go and see what will happen if you treat him badly too! There are no real surprises in the movie although it has a small twist in the end which you might guess and expect. In the entire movie though you wonder why everybody acts more stupid than in the normal horror movies. There are also some parts where you don't make a lot of sense like something is missing. The movie is watchable although it is a little bit boring at some parts, but you might enjoy it … I think! Especially if you like the prophecy and the omens about the end of days!


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