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Tabernacle 101 is a supernatural thriller about an atheist who sets out to disprove the afterlife. Through an extreme experiment, instead of disproving the afterlife, he opens a portal between the dimensions, nearly causing the destruction of earth. It is his duty to undo the wrong and restore peace on earth.
"Tabernacle" terrifically merges only the best time-tested elements from the horror, science fiction, and supernatural thriller genres to deliver on the promise of a great concept.
Somehow marrying "Flatliners" with "From Dusk Till Dawn" while throwing in a sharp dash of "Hellraiser," this film is a stony, otherworldly buffet of the good stuff. Frank Bennetti (David Hov) is a loudly bellyaching atheist and vlogger. Ironically -- and just like the worst of any denominational religious zealots -- he's so preachy and certain of his beliefs that he's dedicated his life to jamming them down the throats of those who think differently. His online videos attempt to debunk religious claims, which he takes to a whole new next level as fellow non-believer and medical scientist girlfriend Sarah (Elly Hiraani Clapin) puts him way, way under -- all while his trusty camera vlogs away.
This film's shrewd and highly effective incorporation of horror, sci-fi, and supernatural elements is bound to draw in the rabid fans of three distinct fanbases, and possibly en masse. Let's hope so, because that just might give "Tabernacle 101" the chance it needs to push past those core fringes and into the less genre-focused mainstream. This is a visually engaging, well-acted, and ultimately engrossing hybrid of a film.
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