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Christian Cults Movies

The Europeans have no problem with exposing what Christian churches are guilty of, nor presenting the horrors of child sex. The frankness of that exposure has led to Europeons having 1/6 of the child sex abuse that we have in the United States. As early as 6 years of age the children know what to watch for and know they can report the abusers and be believed.

Van Veeteren: Episode 3: Moreno and the Silence (2006) - 135 minutes
Van Veeteren: Episode 3: Moreno and the Silence at Amazon.com

When a girl is murdered soon after leaving a closed religious community, Moreno faces a difficult investigation as the community closes ranks and refuses to cooperate. When another girl is abducted and her bloody fingernails mailed to the police, tongues begin to loosen.

(Webmaster's comment:
The "Pure Life" church wants to live outside the law and
punish and even kill it's own members if they disobey God.
Just like the "Word of Life" church did in New York city.)

The Eagle: Episode 19 & 20: Thanatos (2006) - 60 minutes
The Eagle: Episode 19 & 20: Thanatos at Amazon.com

When the body of an 8-year-old Danish girl is found in Stockholm, the Swedish police require the assistance of Hallgrim Hallgrimson. The murder of a young Danish girl in Stockholm has prompted Hallgrim's squad to launch an international action to arrest pedophiles around the world.

(Webmaster's comment:
Shows how a church forms a charity "Streetchild of God" and then uses the words right out of the Bible to justify covering up its member's use of those children for sex. They use what Paul said in Corinthians Chapter 6, Verse 1 to avoid the rules of civilized people and the rule of law. Any excuse to avoid being punish for what they have done to children. This movie shows exactly what happens to the children (a seven year old child roles over in bed to present her genitals for use by the male) and exactly how the churches excuses it. "God Will Forgive Anything!")

Beck: Episode 24: In The Name Of God (2007) - 90 minutes
Beck: Episode 24: In The Name Of God at Amazon.com

A photographer is found dead after his apartment was ransacked. When Beck's boss goes through the evidence, she reacts so strongly to two photos found in the apartment that she hides them from the team. Gunvald goes undercover to get to the bottom of it all.

(Webmaster's comment:
Ultra-conservative right-wing religious groups such as
"The Brotherhood of Lot", "The Word of Life", The Bible Temple", The Pure Cross", and the Evangelists all practice hate crimes against homosexuals, immigrants, those who have abortions, and have death lists of these people.)

Wallander: Episode 1: Before The Frost (2007) - 90 minutes
Wallander: Episode 1: Before The Frost at Amazon.com

A series of bizarre, ghoulish homicides defy explanation, with only a King James Bible left on each crime scene as a clue. Are they some sort of message? Detective Kurt Wallander and his daughter Linda discover what gets lost when belief turns into zealotry.

(Webmaster's comment:
Carrying on the hatred of Jim Jones and his "The Peoples Temple". The religious group is anti-gay, anti-abortion, anti-children not created naturally, and kill these people and children to show "The Flaming Wrath of God.")

Wallander: Episode 6: The Priest (2010) - 90 minutes
Wallander: Episode 6: The Priest at Amazon.com

Priest Henrik Nordstrom is shot outside a hostel which he has been using to have sex with his lover Lotta, wife of Peter Unell. Unell is managing director of a firm Prominent Care, which exports hospital apparatus to Africa and the priest was involved with it. Henrik's pious wife Asa was aware of her husband's affair. Lotta tells Wallander she was about to leave her insensitive husband for the priest and candid photos of her with Nordstrom are found, along with the murder weapon in Peter Unell's house. As he stands trial for murder Wallander is convinced he has been framed and sets out to prove it.

(Webmaster's comment:
An excellent example of a religious mind that is nothing but a cesspool.)

Wallander: Episode 9: The Angel of Death (2010) - 90 minutes
Wallander: Episode 9: The Angel of Death at Amazon.com

Miranda, a stroppy teenager of Iraqi parentage is abducted and dies after rowing with the choir-mistress and Bea, another chorister. Wallander pulls in ex-racist skinhead Johan, the boy Miranda stole from Bea and then dropped, but has to release him. When Lina, another choir member vanishes, the trail leads to Thomas Hammar, a recluse, seemingly obsessed with the choir, but his motives for following them are personal and innocent. The real culprit is much nearer home.

(Webmaster's comment:
Not all sexual predators that lead groups at churches are males.)

Irene Huss: Episode 5: The Glass Devil (2010) - 90 minutes
Irene Huss: Episode 5: The Glass Devil at Amazon.com

In a small village, three members of a family are brutally murdered in their homes, and their blood used to draw upside-down pentagrams on the walls. Irene pursues a lead from a local minister who's been investigating a Satanist movement. But are the culprits really members of a satanic cult?

(Webmaster's comment:
Shows how a church charity "Save the Children"
is really a hunting ground for church pedophiles.)

Maria Wern: Episode 1: The Speechless God (2010) - 90 minutes
Maria Wern: Episode 1: The Speechless God at Amazon.com

The usually joyous Midsummer celebrations on the island of Gotland are shattered by two gruesome murders. The killings imitate crimes committed decades ago by a long-deceased killer. As Maria Wern and her colleagues race to solve the copycat murders, they find themselves drawn into a maze of ancient Norse beliefs.

(Webmaster's comment:
A belief in an old God can result in just as much evil as belief in the new God.)

ANNO 1790: Episode 5: The Wages of Sin is Death (2011) - 60 minutes
ANNO 1790: Episode 5: The Wages of Sin is Death at Amazon.com

A bomb explodes in one of Stockholm's packed coffee houses. Daadh's investigation is interrupted by an order for him to stop the illegal church services held by a pietistic congregation - of which Simon Freund is secretly a member. When a respected priest in the state church is found burned to death, Daadh suspects there's a link between the two murders, and that the perpetuator could be found in unsettlingly close proximity.

(Webmaster's comment:
A church leader in the past takes advantage of his power over the lives of others
to get sex from a young female church member, just like some do today.)

Wallander: Episode 9: Before The Frost (2012) - 90 minutes
Wallander: Episode 9: Before The Frost at Amazon.com

An elderly woman is murdered in a wood by a man she saw setting fire to swans. He buries her corpse with a bible annotating the book of Revelations and from his finger-prints he is identified as Jannek Langas, a religious maniac and arsonist. He has escaped from a secure unit but nonetheless has a healthy bank account in an assumed name. At the same time Anna, a friend of Linda, disappears after a cryptic visit to Wallander. Following Langas's suicide by immolation Wallander learns that Langas and Anna belonged to the same, fundamentalist Christian group and that other members are dying. Wallander must discover who is behind the killings and whether Anna is accomplice or victim - or even alive.

(Webmaster's comment:
The Christians that preach hate of others are always willing to kill
in the name of God. "The Way To Heaven's Gate" is paved
with the bodies that Christian groups hate.)

Fjallbacka Murders: Episode 6: The Queen of Light (2013) - 100 minutes
Fjallbacka Murders: Episode 6: The Queen of Light at Amazon.com

On a crystal clear, starry winter night a young woman dressed in a traditional Lucia gown is seen running across the ice. When she reaches an unfrozen channel, she drops her crown of candles in the snow and throws herself into the dark waters. As Erica investigates the case, she discovers the missing Lucia, a secret love affair and a man seeking revenge.

(Webmaster's comment:
Male church leaders of old used their status to take just as much sexual advantage over young women members of the church as many of them do today.)

Sebastian Bergman: Part 2: Dark Secrets (2013) - 90 minutes
Sebastian Bergman: Part 2: Dark Secrets at Amazon.com

Bergman is strong-headed, politically incorrect, intuitive, abrasive - and grief-stricken. He's struggling to come to terms with the loss of his wife and young daughter from the 2004 tsunami in Thailand, an event that caused his life to careen out of control. Returning to work, Bergman had one more surprise waiting for him - an adult daughter he never knew he had, now working alongside him as a fellow investigator in the Stockholm police department. When Bergman finds out that she might be chosen to participate in an FBI training camp in America, he's desperate not to lose her. At the same time, he discovers a personal connection in the case of three girls who were found dead in a small-town mine. It could have been a triple suicide or murder. More dark secrets emerge as the corpse of a notorious serial killer is found buried in a field. Clues lead to a nearby convent, where the body of a young girl is also unearthed. He has to figure out who killed the girl and who killed the killer. The game is on; catching criminals is the one thing Sebastian Bergman knows how to do best.

(Webmaster's comment:
A church's male leader messes up the mind of a young girl
beyond all human recognition. She will never recover.)

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Christian Cults Movies