Soultaker is a 1990 American fantasy horror film written by Vivian Schilling and directed by Michael Rissi. It stars Joe Estevez, Gregg Thomsen, Chuck Williams, Robert Z’Dar, and David \”Shark\” Fralick. The film follows a group of young adults who try to flee from the titular Soultaker. A sequel was planned, and actors such as James Earl Jones and Faye Dunaway were named for the cast, but the film was never made.
About Soultaker (film) in brief
Soultaker is a 1990 American fantasy horror film written by Vivian Schilling and directed by Michael Rissi. It stars Joe Estevez, Gregg Thomsen, Chuck Williams, Robert Z’Dar, and David \”Shark\” Fralick. The film follows a group of young adults who try to flee from the titular Soultaker when their souls are ejected from their bodies after a car accident. A sequel was planned, and actors such as James Earl Jones and Faye Dunaway were named for the cast, but the film was never made and Schilling turned its premise into a novel which was titled Quietus, published in 2002. It was featured in the tenth-season premiere episode of the comedy television series Mystery Science Theater 3000 in 1999. Since its release, the film has received negative reviews, but won the Saturn Award for ‘Best Genre Video Release’ in 1992. It has also been featured in a number of other horror films, including “The Exorcist” and “The Conjuring 2” (both of which have since been released on Blu-ray and DVD). The film was based on a real-life car accident which Schilling was involved in. The movie was shot in five weeks on a USD 250,000 budget, and originally planned for a direct-to-video release, it saw limited theatrical screenings, with eight prints distributed in U.S. It is now considered one of the most popular horror films of all time, with more than 100 million views on YouTube and more than 1.5 million on Vimeo.
It also appeared on the box-office charts in the United States and Canada, but not in the UK and Australia, where it has been released in a limited edition of 10,000 copies and has never been released to the general public. The book was published by Simon & Schuster, who also published a sequel, “Soultakers 2” in 2002, which was released in the U.K. and Canada in 2003. The novel was later adapted into a film, “The Soultakers 3” (also known as “The Soul Collector” or “The Soul Collector 2” ). The book is about a man who becomes a grim reaper to collect the souls of those who have been killed by the Angel of Death. The sequel was published in 2004 and has been adapted into the film “Soul Collector 4” (which was released the following year) The film is based on the book “The Souls Collector 5” (2004) and the movie “TheSoul Collector 6” (2005) The book tells the story of a man named Zack, who is haunted by the memory of his past lover, whom he killed in his former life. He and his friends Brad, Natalie, Tommy, and Candice fall comatose as their souls leave their bodies. They run into a convenience store and attempt to tell the cashier, who cannot see them, that someone is after them.