The set-up for “Den of Darkness” is truly great. The minister (Donald Pleasence, looking stressed) speaks to the researcher (Victor Wong) to spare the planet. The graduate students are presented, and a little sentiment blooms between two of them. The PCs are wheeled in. I was searching for a cross between “The Exorcist” and “The Entity,” yet then the motion picture suddenly turned oversimplified, and the malicious Sleeper transformed into a failure.
Let’s be honest. At the point when a motion picture guarantees us the Prince of Darkness, we expect more than a green thing in a tube that splashes liquids into individuals’ mouths, transforming them into zombies who stand around for the greater part of the film seeming as though they can’t recollect which transport to take. When we’re debilitated with Armageddon, we expect more than individuals hitting each other over the head with two-by-fours.