Writer: Michael Hayes, Brian Lubocki (Screenplay)
Starring: Danielle Chuchran, Harry Smith Jr, Kristin Minter, Mary-Margaret Humes, Matt Winston, Eric Edwards, Tobias Jelinek, Robert Peters, Brionne Davis
Plot: Set in a world where demons live among us, this exhilarating vitrine of effects and action sees a hard-boiled demon named Vine confronted with the ultimate choice between the salvation of his own kind and the life of an innocent human girl.
Verdict: Fantasy Filled Horror
Story: Fire City: End of Days starts with Atum Vine (Jelinek) a demon walking among humans saving a young girl from Andre (McMillon). We go onto meet Cornelia who has a human side (Humes) and a demon side (Chuchran) who communicates to the underworld before hearing about the an in coming Interpretor.
Vine runs the building where he controls the demons from the real world seeing their true colours, but each member has their own vices, be it drugs, violence or sex but when one of Vine’s clients gets killed he finds himself in a world where all the human residents get along and apologise for any noise the night before. All the demons have to turn to Vine to solve the problem as he teams up with Cornelia, but the truth will leave Vine to make the ultimate decision.
Fire City: End of Days brings us into a fantasy world where demons live among the humans without any real problems, but when certain things start happening in the world of the demons starts to fall apart. The group of demons existence becomes questioned by a coming of the next level. It all works really well but I can’t help but feel that this could be a brilliant television series following Vine as he tries to keep the demon world secret. (7/10)
Danielle Chuchran: Demon Cornelia is the one who can detect the presences f demons but as this new one seems to difficult to place she has to team up with Vine to solve the mystery to what has made the people change. Danielle does a solid job as the demon version of Cornelia. (6/10)
Tobias Jelinek: Atum Vine is the demon controlling the demons in the building along with the humans, but when a new Interpretor arrives the humans change leading Vine to have to figure out what is happening. The truth will leave Vine to ask himself the ultimate question to see which side of the lines he wants to stand. Tobias does good job in the leading role. (7/10)
Support Cast: Fire City: End of Days has a supporting cast that includes the different demons and the humans all living in one building.
Director Review: Tom Woodruff Jr – Tom brings us an imaginative world that works well for the story as everything just keeps you guessing throughout. (7/10)
Fantasy: Fire City: End of Days brings us into a fantasy world where demons are part of the world. (8/10)
Horror: Fire City: End of Days has good horror elements with the idea something is haunting the halls of the building. (8/10)
Thriller: Fire City: End of Days keeps you guessing to what is actually happening in the world filled with the demons. (7/10)
Settings: Fire City: End of Days puts everything inside one building which helps try to figure out what is going on while they can’t go out and find answers. (9/10)
Special Effects: Fire City: End of Days has good practical special effects to make the demon creations. (7/10)
Suggestion: Fire City: End of Days is one for all the fantasy horror fans to watch. (Fantasy Horror Fans Watch)
Best Part: The switching between demon and human form in Vine.
Worst Part: Felt a little bit too much like a TV pilot.
Believability: No (0/10)
Chances of Tears: No (0/10)
Chances of Sequel: Could easily have one.
Post Credits Scene: No
Oscar Chances: No
Runtime: 1 Hour 41 Minutes
Overall: Fantasy fans hidden dream of a movie