You may remember Brian Krause for his role as Leo on the original Charmed TV show. Now he’s dealing with a whole different breed of demons in The Demonologist, coming next month from Uncork’d Entertainment.
Krause plays a detective who’s used to dealing with grounded cases. When he crosses paths with a demonic cult determined to bring about the end of the world, he feels in over his head….but he soon learns as the chosen Demonologist, he was destined to fight evil on a more grandiose scale.
In addition to Krause, The Demonologist stars Lara Grice (Logan), and Thomas Francis Murphy (“Mindhunter”). It was written and directed by J.M. Stelly, and will premiere on VOD platforms January 1, 2019.
A detective is haunted by nightmares of his past and visions he cannot understand. When he investigates a string of brutal murders, he discovers a Cult that worships the four King Demons of Hell, who plan on bringing them forth to destroy the Earth. He must stop the Cult from starting the Apocalypse and finally come to grips with his birthright and destiny as The Demonologist.
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