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  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000HA4WN4
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Plot. a young man is blinded in an attack. A creepy looking guy turns up and promisses to restore the man's sight for a simple price. His soul.
This is a poorly plotted "Sell my soul" effort but it's creepy, dark and Michael Madsen as the devil guy is very watchable even in his "disguise", a beard. If you don't expect too much from low budget this is passable with a nice twist or two.
Extras some trailers. USA Release but plays Region zero.
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By adam miller on 21 Jan. 2014
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good quality and played well with no problems. i had no issues of any kind when i used this product
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
An absolute clunker 22 Oct. 2006
By mrliteral - Published on
Format: DVD
You can't copyright a title. Therefore, it occasionally happens that two movies with the same title appear that are unassociated with each other. Such is the case with The Covenant, which came out twice in around a year, both times as horror movies. I can't comment on the latter release (having not seen it), but my guess based on watching the earlier Covenant is that version two is probably the better of the two. It would be hard to be worse.

This first movie stars Edward Furlong as David Goodman (he's essentially a good man, get it?), a political public relations guy who is gifted at his job and has an inexplicably devoted hot blonde wife. I say inexplicable, because even early in the movie, he comes off as weaselly and banal, hardly one to attact such a woman, let alone have her head-over-heel in love with him. Ah, well, love is blind, and soon he is also, the victim of a criminal act.

Fortunately, he is offered a chance at getting his sight restored by Michael Madsen, a villainous sort who gives David a demonic cane that restores his vision and also turns him evil (or rather, feeds on David's naturally evil tendencies). This leads to murders and other crimes, while David's wife investigates the origin of the cane. All of which leads to a climax that is silly and derivative.

Done correctly, this could have been a good movie, but instead, we get a bunch of standard movie cliches. When a car catches fire, it, of course, explodes with that strange triple blast that only happens in bad movies. When the wife is told by a professor that he has discovered important information and "Come see me" (because apparently he is incapable of saying any more over the phone), of course, he is dead by the next scene.

Beyond the cliches, the writing itself is dumb from the very start: in the prologue, we see Madsen's character retrieve a cane that is being held in a church. Despite the obvious dangers of the artifact, it is only guarded by an ancient priest and isn't even hidden. The rest of the plot is riddled with idiocies, but it is wrong to criticize the movie merely based on the plot. The direction and dialogue are equally bad (and the effects are barely passable and display the low budget this film clearly has), but probably the biggest failing is Furlong himself, who cannot even begin to carry the picture; he has neither the presence nor talent.

Clearly, if you make it through this movie, you'll realize it is really just a cheap rip-off of The Devil's Advocate. Keanu Reeves may never win best actor, but he is light years ahead of Furlong in his ability to star in a movie. Similarly, Charlize Theron is easily superior to her counterpart (whose name I have already forgotten) in this movie, and Michael Madsen is not close to Al Pacino in his ability to ham it up. So if you want to see The Covenant done right, see The Devil's Advocate instead. Or if you want to see The Devil's Advocate (or horror movies in general) done wrong, watch this film.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
WRONG MOVIE 25 Sept. 2006
By Ryan Hack - Published on
Format: DVD
The DVD that is being released here is matched with the wrong description. This is not the 2006 Covenant that was released in September. That has yet to be announced.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Blah. 9 Dec. 2006
By Photo Nut - Published on
Format: DVD
I confused this movie with the 2006 release of The Covenant. I still went ahead and watched it, and it was a complete waste of my time. Edward Furlong drives me nuts. There is just something about him, his walk, the way he delivers his lines, that just really bothers me. The plot is prety thin and the acting isn't that great.

If you're desperate for a movie then I would consider it, otherwise, don't waste your time on it. I'm usually pretty lenient with movies, especially B movies, but this one is definitely not a "winner" in any respect.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Correct Plot Summary for this title 18 Oct. 2006
By Keith Dann - Published on
Format: DVD
An ancient artifact in the form of a demonic cane unleashes a conspiracy of unspeakable evil upon humanity in this pulse-pounding horror thriller. After up-and-coming PR exec David Goodman (Furlong) is passed over for a promotion at work and blinded by a seemingly random attack in the street, he's willing to do anything to see again. Enter Guillermo List (Madsen), a shadowy acolyte of hell who promises to restore David's eyesight and ensure his climb up the corporate ladder if the desperate young man will pay the ultimate price: his soul.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I've seen high school students 28 Jun. 2007
By Gonzo Librarian - Published on
Format: DVD
Make better movies than this. I thought I was renting the other movie entitled the covenant. I was wrong. The entire span of the movie, I had my friend telling me it was the worst movie he had ever seen. He wasn't lying. Most parts of the movie, were completely pointless. The whole movie made no sense. The only entertainment I got out of this movie, was laughing at how bad it was. At one point, a cane propels itself through the air and stabs a man in the chest.

I recomend that everyone watch this movie. And by everybody, I mean nobody.
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