Director: Philippe Mora
Starring: Christopher Walken, Lindsay Crouse, Frances Sternhagen, Andreas Katsulas, Terri Hanauer
The true story of one man’s terrifying journey into the unknown
William Streiber, his wife and their son are trying to enjoy some time off out in their remote cabin away from the big city when they one night experience a strange occurrence that will change the life of the family forever.
This even will cause great psychological harm to William, who starts to get visions of aliens performing weird experiments on him. They seek out the help from a psychiatrist named Janet Duffy who tries to help William find out what happened to him before he looses it completely.
Communion is based on a book by the real life William Strieber and the story is based on his alleged encounter with an extraterrestrial life form. That being said, there is not a single attempt in the world to deliver a realistic tale of alien abduction in this movie. Instead we get a strange mess of a movie that can only brag about having Christopher Walken in one of his most lunatic roles ever. He holds nothing back and it feels like the director Philippe Mora just stood behind the camera encouraging him to go even more and more crazy with his portrayal.