Christmas Eve Horror
Release Date: November 09, 2007
Starring: Wes Bentley and Rachel Nichols
Runtime: 98 minutes
Distributor: Summit Entertainment
Director: Franck Khalfoun
Executive Producer: Alix Taylor
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This movie is so offensive it brings to mind just how much God loves mankind. If God were not so loving, he would torture these filmmakers the same way they torture victims in their movies. Instead He sent his son Jesus Christ to die on the cross that even people like these filmmakers could be forgiven and set free from the clutches of the demons who must co-write these scripts.
P2 stars Rachel Nichols as Angela, a hard working career woman forced to delay her Christmas Eve plans to meet the demands of her boss. A coworker pops in to apologize for making unwanted advances in the elevator after the Christmas party. Angela winds up headed for parking lot level P2 just as the entire building is being locked up for the holiday. Her car won’t start. The garage security guard, Thomas (Wes Bentley), turns out to be a stalker who drugs and kidnaps her. As a “gift” to Angela, the stalker brutally murders the employee who he had observed making advances in the elevator. He also kills the night watchman. The filmmakers toy with the audience spattering blood and vulgarity in abundance.
The people who made this movie are like cotton pickers working under the whip of an overseer, unaware that an emancipation proclamation has already set them free. They are too blind to realize that their “creative freedom” is being applied to their spiritual bondage. They may drive expensive cars and go home to mansions but they are living like slaves of the one who wants to do to people what their antagonists do in their movies.
Christians should avoid this movie like the plague, but they should pray that the people who made it will see who is really leading them to make this trash. May they find the freedom God has provided for them before they face spending eternity in the ultimate horror show with true author of hatred, violence and gore.
The filmmakers of P2 toy with the audience spattering blood and vulgarity in abundance. It is a confirmation of just how deeply in spiritual bondage many filmmakers are. P2 is a predictable, brutal piece of filmmaking that media-wise moviegoers will avoid. There’s nothing redemptive about its violent, exploitive thrills and chills.