The Eternal City harbors unspeakable evil, and the horrors lurking within its labyrinthine walls could swallow the soul and leave no trace of life. When Jenny McKenzie arrives in Rome, the torments of her childhood still haunt her and she soon seeks to find a new purpose in life. With the help of her newfound friend George, that purpose soon takes on a menacing motivation. As Jenny and George roam the streets of the city stalking their prey, they mark the sinners and heathens so that they may return at nightfall to serve the justice that God has forsaken. Within the confines of the Eternal City the sinners will pay for their indiscretions with their lives. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
This looks like a school play filmed by one of the parents with a $200 video camera. The acting is equivalent to a high school freshman drama club's. The music, which sounds like some low-budget British comedy score, is so ridiculously inappropriate and obnoxious that it alone destroys the feel and context. It's one of those movies that you wish the case would warn you about being so damn stupid that you'll want a refund for the rental and compensation for the wasted time of even carrying it home. I'm fairly sure that the director is an over-zealous elementary school teacher--fitting, because watching this movie, you forget that you're not watching the local public broadcast station. One of the worst films of all time, except that would be far too generous a description. Rent it if you want to be really, really angry at whoever produced this.