Inspector Billy Palmer, Allison Eastwood, is trying to stop a serial killer. A priest, Judd Nelson, hired by the police, helps her to decipher this old cryptic writing the killer leaves behind. Directed by veteran filmmaker Dimitri Logothetis, THE LOST ANGEL is nonetheless a fresh, tough and exciting piece of work that thrills, frighten and lingers long after. Despite being eclipsed by over-budgeted and bloated “Hollywood epics”, meaning the latest remake, comic book adaptation or done-to-death sequel, this superlative 2004 effort proves that well-produced crossovers of horror and thriller can still turn up out of the blue, to surprise connoisseurs of extreme cinema. LA TIMES “The Lost Angel”