Sight and Sound - 03/01/1998
"...A stylish and expertly paced blend of autumnal atmosphere and compelling characterisation..."
New York Times - 01/16/1998
"...With the warmly engaging presence of Mr. Washington...and with a brooding and literate noir screenplay by Nicholas Kazan, FALLEN was directed by Gregory Hoblit with the same dark intensity of his earlier feature PRIMAL FEAR..."
Los Angeles Times - 01/16/1998
"...The payoff at the end of the road is a gem....It's a crafty piece of work..."
Chicago Sun-Times - 01/16/1998
"...It never slips down into easy shock tactics. Kazan writes plausible, literate dialogue and Hoblit creates a realistic world..."
After capturing and prosecuting a brutal serial killer, detective John Hobbes is puzzled by a string of bizarre murders that seem to suggest that the killer is alive--or at least somehow present on Earth. With the help of a beautiful theosophist and his stalwart partner, Hobbes realizes that the killer's spirit is being transferred between the bodies it possesses--and that it may be impossible to stop him now.