Higher Power (film)

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Higher Power
Directed by Matthew Charles Santoro
Produced by Evan Cholfin
Lorenzo di Bonaventura
Ross M. Dinerstein
Greg Siegel
Starring Jordan Hinson
Ron Eldard
Colm Feore
Austin Stowell
Jade Tailor
Tom Wright
Music by Kevin Riepl
Cinematography Dallas Sterling
Edited by Sarah Broshar
Saul Herckis
Matthew Santoro

Higher Power is a Matthew Charles Santoro directed science fiction thriller about an ordinary man faced with the task of saving the world from destruction. It was released in 2018. It stars Jordan Hinson, Ron Eldard, Colm Feore, Austin Stowell, Jade Tailor and Tom Wright.

Story[edit]

The world is at risk and it's up to one man to save it.[1] A mad scientist has to go through the DNA of the population of earth to find someone to do the job. The needed hero turns out to be a former alcoholic called Joe who has an anger problem and two estranged daughters called Zoe and Rhea.[2] Joe then finds himself in the hands of the mad scientist.[3] The experimental work that the scientist does on Joe equips him with some kind of electromagnetic power that could either save the world or if not, destroy it.[4][5]

Background on the film[edit]

Screening[edit]

The film opened at Bainbridge Cinemas at the Pavilion, Bainbridge Island on May 12, 2018.[6]

The director[edit]

Director Matthew Charles Santory had previously worked on X-Men Origins: Wolverine, X-Men: The Last Stand, and The Incredible Hulk as a visual artist.[7] This film is his directorial debut.[8]

Cast[edit]

Name Role Notes #
Jordan Hinson Zoe Steadman
Ron Eldard Joe Steadman
Austin Stowell Michael
Colm Feore Control
Jade Tailor Heather Steadman
Winston James Francis Tele
Marielle Jaffe Rhea Steadman
Tom Wright Tom Davis the Talk Show Host
Mei Melançon Ms. Sabi
Laura Margolis Rebecca
Richard Portnow Charles Margrey
Omar Doom Dario
Linc Hand Officer Smith
Exie Andrade Rogers (as Exie Booker)
Tony Nevada Field Agent
Benjamin John Parrillo Detective
Michelle Laine Drugged-Out Girl
Richard Dorton Field Agent #4
David Preston Jeremy
Fitz Houston Frank
Adam Budron Actor [9]





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