Director: Stuart Urban Cast: Terence Stamp, James D'Arcy, Natasha Wightman



A powerful ancient relic holds the key to ultimate destruction in director Stuart Urban's religious-flavored thriller Revelation. Since the crucifixion of Christ, the Loculus has eluded the grasp of the demonic Grand Master (Udo Kier), who seeks to find the artifact and learn its mysterious secrets in order to unlock its power to devastating results. As the Grand Master continues his quest for the Loculus, a billionaire mogul named Magnus Martel (Terence Stamp) enlists the reluctant aid of his computer expert son, Jake (James D'Arcy), and an alchemy student named Mira (Natasha Wightman) in finding the Loculus before the Grand Master completes his quest. Traveling the world in a race to save the soul of humankind, the trio attempts to unlock the centuries-old secrets of the Loculus, which may ultimately reveal the connection between science and religion as well as the salvation of the human race.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/18/2003
UPC: 0687797882097
Original Release: 2002
Rating: NR
Source: Alchemy / Millennium
Time: 1:51:00

Special Features

Scene selections ; Interactive menus ; Previews ; Spanish subtitles ; Behind the scenes of the special effects ; Director commentary ; Revelation featurette ; Astrology and sacred geometry ; Alchemy ; Rennes le Chateau and the knights templar mini-documentary

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Terence Stamp Actor
James D'Arcy Actor
Natasha Wightman Actor
Udo Kier Actor
Liam Cunningham Actor
Derek Jacobi Actor
Heathcote Williams Actor
Ron Moody Actor
Celia Imrie Actor

Technical Credits
Stuart Urban Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Edmund Butt Score Composer
Pat Harding Co-producer
Tony Jackson Sound/Sound Designer
Tony Jackson Sound/Sound Designer
John Krausa Costumes/Costume Designer
Sam McCurdy Cinematographer
James Merifield Production Designer
Kieron Phipps Asst. Director
Julian Rodd Editor
Tara Smith Makeup
Jonathan Woolf Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Beginning Life [8:42]
2. Sacred Island [7:19]
3. The Order [1:21]
4. Desperate Escape [11:01]
5. Ancient Relic [11:59]
6. Dangerous Ground [12:00]
7. Treasures Untold [8:45]
8. Unexpected Visitor [8:57]
9. Double Cross [8:28]
10. Puzzling Pieces [9:55]
11. Balance Unbroken [10:15]
12. Credits [7:49]

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Revelation 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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I can't say more than wow! When I first rented this movie I was a little more than skeptical after reading the back of the box. Now, I'm glad I rented it. If you are interested in conspiracy theories, secret societies, cloning, sacred geometry, christianity, occult and history, you'll really like this movie. The freakiest part of the movie is afterwards when you are thinking about the realistic possibility of the plot of the movie actually happening and the fact that some of this movie is based on historical information and facts. Great extra features section on the DVD...a must watch after the movie. For my honeymoon next year, we've decided to travel Europe and visit some of the locations used in making this movie. On the Negitive: could have had better special effects.