The Convent (2000) Movie Review

The Convent (2000)

2000 | R | Horror, Fantasy, Comedy

User Score: 49/100


A group of college students break into an abandoned convent and become possessed by demonic spirits.

1959. A Car pulls up in front of the St. Francis Boarding School for Girls and out steps Christine: young and pretty… and carrying a sawed off shotgun. She coolly marches into the chapel where the nuns are in deep prayer, blows them away one by one then douses the room with gasoline. With the flick of her cigarette, the room in engulfed.

40 years later the school has been shut down and the building condemned-perfect for local fraternity antics. But when a group of students break into the cursed basilica, none of them are prepared for the horror that awaits them in the convent!

About The Convent (2000)

Title: The Convent
Year: 2000
Starring: Bill Moseley, Adrienne Barbeau, Coolio, David Gunn, Oakley Stevenson, Elle Alexander, Rosine 'Ace' Hatem, Megahn Perry, Chaton Anderson, Kelly Mantle, Larrs Jackson, Jennifer Buttell, Allison Dunbar, Dorenda Moore, Theresa Pink, Joanna Canton, Cheryl Bermeo, Richard Trapp, Dax Miller, Renée Graham, Liam Kyle Sullivan, Jim Golden
Director: Mike Mendez
Score: 1.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.45/5 stars from 203 users. Votes: 203.
Genre: Horror, Fantasy, Comedy
MPAA Rating: R

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