Evil Souls appears to make a special effort to not give the gathering of people the simple, laid out answers which is reviving to find in this day and age.
The film spins around a prescience, Satanism, a minister and three strands of various character stories that are all interconnected and in the long run meet up. I won’t go into much detail on what else happens as the story goes in various courses than anticipated.
The acting by all the fundamental players is great, with such serious scenes they practically hold their nerve bar a couple of little minutes. Extraordinary notice goes to Lisa Holsappel-Mars and Peter Cosgrove who need to adjust on the edge of nuttiness without tipping over into cartoonish awful fellow domain and they both do it well, just with a couple of snippets of exaggerating.