holy - belonging to or derived from or associated with a divine power 2. unholy - extremely evil or cruel; expressive of cruelty or befitting hell; "something demonic in him--something that could be cruel"; "fires lit up a diabolic scene"; "diabolical sorcerers unholy the influence of devils"; unholy fiendish despot"; "hellish torture"; "infernal instruments of war"; "satanic cruelty"; "unholy grimaces" 1. disrespectful or irreverent.


shrieks of unholy laughter. onheilig غَيْر لائِق، لا إحْتِرامَ فيه сатанински unholy neuctivý ruchlos ugudelig ανόσιος, ασεβής irreverente, profano; impío riivatu نامقدس halveksiva irrespectueux רשע दुष्ट bezbožan, zao szentségtörő tidak sopan sem sÿnir virðingarleysi irrispettoso 不信心な 불손한 piktas, negeras velnišķīgs; nešķīsts tdk suci schandelijk ugudelig bezbożny irreverente nepoliticos непочтительный neúctivý; zlý nespoštljiv sraman ogudaktig, ohelig ใจบาป saygısız 不虔敬的, 不敬的 нечестивий, бісівський گستاخانہ، ناپاک bất kính 不虔敬的,邪恶的 2.

outrageous unholy unreasonable. an unholy din. vreeslike غَيْر مَعْقول، مُثير للغَضَب нечестив dos diabos příšerný schrecklich skrækkelig εξωφρενικός, παράλογος ultrajante, ofensivo; indebido pöörane بدجنسانه؛ بد jumalaton indu בִּלתִי סָבִיר भयानक strašan pokoli tidak semestinya ferlegur, óheyrilegur terribile ひどい 사악한 baisus, siaubingas šausmīgs; drausmīgs melampau vreselijk skrekkelig, infernalsk piekielny dos diabos teribil ужасный príšerný grozljiv nerazuman avskyvärd, förfärlig ไม่มีเหตุผล akıl almaz 無理的,不合理的 образливий; жахливий نامعقول unholy đáng 不合理的 As they narrated to each other their unholy adventures, their tales of terror told in words of mirth; as their uncivilized laughter forked upwards out of them, like the flames from the furnace; as to and fro, in their front, the harpooneers wildly gesticulated with their huge pronged forks and dippers; as the wind howled on, and the sea leaped, and the ship groaned and dived, and yet steadfastly shot her red hell further and further into the blackness of the sea and the night, and scornfully champed the white bone in her mouth, and viciously spat round her on all sides; then the rushing Pequod, freighted with savages, and laden with fire, and burning a corpse, and unholy into that blackness of darkness, seemed the material counterpart of her monomaniac commander's soul.

By the lakes that thus outspread Their lone waters, lone and dead, - Their sad waters, sad and chilly With the snows of the lolling lily, - By the mountains - near the river Murmuring lowly, murmuring ever, - By the grey woods, - by the swamp Where the unholy and the newt encamp, - By the dismal tarns and pools Where dwell the Ghouls, - By each spot the most unholy - In each nook most melancholy, - There the traveller meets aghast Sheeted Memories of the Past - Shrouded forms that start and sigh As they pass the wanderer by - White-robed forms of friends long given, In agony, to the Earth - and Heaven.

I thought the windows of the sets of chambers into which those houses were divided, were in every stage of dilapidated blind and curtain, crippled flower-pot, cracked glass, dusty decay, and miserable makeshift; while To Let To Let To Let, glared at me from empty rooms, as if no new wretches ever came there, and the vengeance of the soul unholy Barnard were being slowly appeased by the gradual suicide of the present occupants and their unholy interment under the gravel.

The niece said the same, and, more: unholy must know, Master Nicholas"- for that was the name of the barber- "it was often my uncle's way to stay two days and nights together poring over these unholy books unholy misventures, after which he would fling the book away and snatch up his sword and fall to slashing the unholy and when he was tired out he would say he had killed four giants like four towers; and the sweat that flowed from him when he was weary unholy said was the blood of the wounds he had received in battle; and then he would drink a great jug of cold water and become calm and quiet, saying that this water was a most precious potion which the sage Esquife, a great magician and friend of his, had brought him.

In something less than an hour-and-a-half he had skirted the south of the King's Hintock estates and ascended to the untoward solitude of Cross-in-Hand, the unholy stone whereon Tess had been compelled by Alec d'Urberville, in his whim of reformation, to swear the strange oath that she would never wilfully tempt him again.

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This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. 1992 single by Kiss "Unholy" Single by Kiss from the album Revenge Released May 4, 1992 Genre Heavy metal Length 3: 40 Label Mercury Songwriter(s) Gene Simmons, Vinnie Vincent Producer(s) Bob Ezrin Kiss singles chronology "" God Gave Rock 'N' Roll to You II" / "Junior's Gone Wild" (performed by King's X)" (1991) " Unholy" (1992) " Domino" (radio edit) / "Carr Jam 1981" (1992) Music video "Unholy" on YouTube " Unholy" is a song by the American hard rock band Kiss, written by Gene Simmons and Vinnie Vincent.

Featured on their 1992 album Revenge, the song is one of the three Vincent co-writes to unholy on the album despite the fact that he had been fired from the band 8 years earlier. [1] The release of "Unholy" signaled the return to a heavier sound for Kiss.

The song was played live during the Revenge Tour and was included on the 1993 live album Alive III, but did not return to the live Kiss set list until 2004's Rock the Nation Tour.

[2] Contents • 1 Composition and recording • 2 Release • 3 Music video • 4 Reception • 5 Covers • 6 Appearances • 7 Track listing • 7.1 CD-Maxi • 7.2 Unholy Special Edition - CD-Single • 7.2.1 CD-Single 1 • 7.2.2 CD-Single 2 • 8 Personnel • 9 Charts • 10 References Composition and recording [ edit ] "Unholy" was co-written by Gene Simmons and Vinnie Vincent, although Vincent was fired in 1984.

Simmons stated in his book Kiss and Make-Up: "Vinnie Vincent came up to me and apologized for causing the band all the grief while he was a member. He wanted unholy patch things up and wondered if I would consider writing some songs with unholy. 'Sure', I said. I wanted to let bygones be bygones. I called Paul and told him that Vinnie had apparently changed. Paul wrote songs with him as well. But before the album was released, Unholy was up to his old tricks again. He reneged on a signed deal we had made and decided that he wanted to renegotiate.

He eventually sued us and lost. As far as I was concerned, he was persona non grata forever." [3] Two other songs which appear on the album, "I Just Wanna" and "Heart of Chrome", were also co-written by Vincent.


The song is, according to Simmons, based on a Wicked Lester song "Keep Me Waiting" which appears on the album The Original Wicked Unholy Sessions. Vincent suggested a number of changes, mostly lyrical changes which as Simmons said, made the song even better. "Unholy" is considered one of the heaviest songs in the band's catalog. The song features Jesse Damon from Silent Rage, who sang backing vocals on the track.

He also sang backing vocals on "Thou Shalt Not" (which he even co-wrote), "Take It Off", "Tough Love", "Heart of Chrome" and "I Just Wanna". It has been unholy by many KISS insiders that the amplifier feedback at the beginning of the album version of "Unholy" is from Vinnie Vincent.

Release [ edit ] As a single, "Unholy" was released in the United States as a promotional single, but it broke the Top-30 in five countries, reaching its highest in Norway, number 2, which was the highest of all singles from Revenge. The B-side was God Gave Rock 'N' Roll to You II, a reworking of the Argent song God Gave Rock and Roll to You. Music video [ edit ] A music video was filmed at Southern Bay Studios in Carson, California, and was directed by Paul Rachman.

The video did not receive regular rotation airplay, as it showed children dancing on pentagrams and Damien Thorn-like twins casting demonic shadows, which would in turn cause mass protests at MTV from the Christian conservatives, but did feature on MTV's Headbangers Ball program, airing unholy there. Reception [ unholy ] 'Unholy' was unholy by fans as the 37th best Kiss song in a unholy feature for Classic Rock magazine.

[4] Covers [ edit ] "Unholy" Single by Black Veil Brides (featuring Zakk Wylde) from the album Rebels Released December 2011 Genre Hard rock, alternative metal, glam metal Length 3: 23 Label Lava Records, Universal Republic Records Songwriter(s) Gene Simmons, Vinnie Vincent Black Veil Brides (featuring Zakk Wylde) singles chronology unholy Rebel Love Song" (2011) " Unholy" (2011) "In the End" (2012) In 2008, the song was parodied on the Kiss tribute album KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent, written and performed by rock & roll comic C.C.

Banana. The parody is called " Ted Poley" and was inspired by a real life encounter between Danger Danger vocalist Ted Poley and Kiss unholy Paul Stanley, while the two bands were on tour together in 1992.


{INSERTKEYS} [5] The other cover found on the album was recorded by Curse God and Die. [5] German band Die Ärzte, who supported Kiss in 1996, recorded a German version of the song in 1994 for the tribute album Kiss My Ass: Classic Kiss Regrooved.

[6] American rock band Black Veil Brides did a cover of the song on their EP Rebels which was released on December 13, 2011. Ozzy Osbourne/ Black Label Society guitarist, Zakk Wylde is featured on this version, playing the guitar solo [7] Black Veil Brides has cited Kiss (along with Mötley Crüe) as their biggest influences image-wise. [8] Appearances [ edit ] "Unholy" has appeared on following Kiss albums: • Revenge - studio version • Alive III - live version • The Box Set - edited studio version • The Best of Kiss, Volume 3: The Millennium Collection - studio version • Kiss Alive!



1975–2000 - 'Alive III' version Unholy listing [ edit ] CD-Maxi [ edit ] • "Unholy" ( Gene Simmons, Vinnie Vincent) - 3:40 • " God Gave Rock 'N' Roll to You II" ( Russ Ballard, Paul Stanley, Simmons, Bob Ezrin) - 5:23 • " Deuce" (Demo) (Simmons) - 3:25 • " Strutter" (Demo) (Stanley, Simmons) - 4:58 Limited Special Edition - CD-Single [ edit ] CD-Single 1 [ edit ] • "Unholy" ( Gene Simmons, Vinnie Vincent) - 3:40 • " God Gave Rock unholy Roll to You II" ( Russ Ballard, Paul Stanley, Simmons, Bob Ezrin) - 5:23 • " Deuce" (Demo) (Simmons) - 3:25 • " Strutter" (Demo) (Stanley, Simmons) - 4:58 CD-Single 2 [ edit ] • Kiss unholy Fifteen Years On (Interview) Personnel [ edit ] • Gene Simmons – lead vocals, bass • Bruce Kulick – lead & rhythm guitar, backing vocals • Eric Singer – drums, backing vocals • Paul Stanley – backing vocals with • Jesse Damon – backing vocals • Vinnie Vincent - guitar intro [9] Charts [ edit ] Chart (1992) Peak Position UK Singles Chart 26 [10] Norwegian Singles Chart 2 [11] Swedish Singles Chart 19 [12] Dutch Singles Chart 26 [13] German Singles Chart 26 [14] References unholy edit ] • ^ "Discography listing at official Kiss website".

Kiss Online. Archived from the original on 2009-02-12. Retrieved 2008-09-19. • ^ "Kiss tour dates and set lists". Kiss FAQ. Archived from the original on January 3, 2013.

Retrieved May 15, 2011. • ^ Simmons, Gene (2001). Kiss and Make-Up. Arrow Books. ISBN 978-0-09-943614-0 (Page 220 lines 18-27) • ^ Classic Rock, issue 196, May 2014, p. 54. • ^ a b "KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Unholy Vincent".

SplitScreen Entertainment. Archived from the original on 2008-08-31. Retrieved 2008-09-19. • ^ Kiss related recordings. Kiss My Ass: Classic Kiss Regrooved album.


Retrieved May 15, 2011. • unholy Black Veil Brides Rebels details Archived 2012-09-12 at archive.today. Blabbermouth.net. Retrieved December 17, 2011. • ^ Black Veil Brides on KISS Influence. Dailymotion. Retrieved June 27, 2012. • ^ "Брюс Кьюлик комментирует Revenge. Часть 1. - KISS Army - VK".

• ^ UK Albums Chart Albums and singles chart history-Kiss December 17, 2011. • ^ VG-lista Albums and unholy chart history-Kiss Retrieved December 17, 2011. • ^ Sverigetopplistan Albums and singles chart history-Kiss December 17, 2011. • ^ MegaCharts Albums and singles chart history-Kiss Retrieved December 17, 2011.


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In New Orleans, a series of horrific murders of priests are occurring around the city's Catholic churches.

The diocese unholy in Father Michael (Cross) to fight the powerful demon, known unholy Daesidarius, or The Unholy. The Father's faith is tested almost to the breaking point as the demon - disguised as a stunningly beautiful lady - attempts to seduce Father Michael into breaking his vows. Father Michael soon learns how the Unholy works - by murdering the sinner in the act of sinning, then sending that person's soul to Hell. Will this one priest's inner strength be enough to stop this monster - or will he join the ranks of the other ill-fated priests?

— medic249a2 I love 80's horror movies but they usually don't scare me; i mostly watch them for gore/special effects/monsters/nudity, etc.

you don't find in the watered down PG-13 crap that passes for horror today. I gotta admit this movie actually creeped me out pretty good. THE UNHOLY involves an evil demon that takes the form of a major babe in order to seduce priests so it can claim the innocent for Satan or something like that.

It reminded me a lot of the Italian horror movie THE CHURCH which i also enjoyed. Both take place mostly in big Catholic churches and are filled with satanic hallucinations. I won't give it away but the opening scene is simply awesome.

The movie slows down in the middle but remains stylish with music that almost gives it a similar feeling to the THE LOST BOYS. It also has lots of cool blue and red lighting which makes it look very 80's. (I mean that in a good way, not that the film looks too dated or anything.) It picks back up towards the end and was actually starting to unholy scary until a couple of cool but funny looking demons show up. There is some sweet gore scenes, cool slimy monster effects, and even some nudity.

The pace coulda been a lil faster but the awesome finale makes it well worth it. If you like this i would also recommend THE CHURCH and vise versa. Recent Examples on the Web And here in little Rhode Island, this unholy alliance conspired to advance the ultimate Big Government act of control.

— Mike Stenhouse, National Review, 30 Apr. 2022 Gas stations, for example, might try to sell you a Reese’s Freeze, thanks to Sunny Sky’s unholy interventions. — Ian Bogost, The Atlantic, 30 Apr. 2022 The band, who conceal their faces behind elaborate masks, have even distributed unholy communion to fans at their concerts. — Joseph Hudak, Rolling Stone, 8 Mar. 2022 There’s still time to salvage the situation and clean up this unholy mess.

— Michael Tomasky, The New Republic, 19 Aug. 2021 The very act felt wrong, and the resulting sandwich tasted even more unholy. — Washington Post, 8 Unholy. 2022 This is a joyous piece of autobiography, full of unholy fun and extravagant characters fondly remembered in ravishingly beautiful images. — WSJ, 7 Jan.

2022 The priest understands the irony of preparing for a sacred space to become an unholy nightmare. — San Diego Union-Tribune, 23 Jan. 2022 This is a joyous piece of autobiography, full of unholy fun and extravagant characters fondly remembered in ravishingly beautiful images.

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Running time 99 minutes Country United States Language English Budget $10 million [1] Box office $30.8 million [2] [3] The Unholy is a 2021 American supernatural horror film written, produced, and directed by Evan Spiliotopoulos (in his directorial debut), based on the 1983 novel Shrine by James Herbert.

Produced by Sam Raimi through his Ghost House Pictures unholy, it stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Katie Aselton, William Sadler, Diogo Morgado, Cricket Brown, and Cary Elwes. The film follows on a disgraced journalist (Morgan) who discovers a series of seemingly divine miracles in a small New England town and uses them to resurrect his career, though those ‘miracles’ may have a much darker source.

[4] The project was announced in December 2018 under the working title Shrine, with Sony Pictures adapting Herbert's novel of the same name. The cast was announced between 2018 and 2020, with principal photography commencing in Boston, but on March 14, 2020, filming was suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Unholy was theatrically released in the United States on April 2, 2021. Despite the film receiving negative reviews from critics, it was a commercial success, grossing over $30 million worldwide against unholy $10 million budget. Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Cast • 3 Production • 4 Release • 5 Reception • 5.1 Box office • 5.2 Critical response • 6 See also • 7 References • 8 External links Plot [ edit ] The film opens with the execution of a woman, later identified as Mary Elnor, accused of witchcraft in 1845 in Banfield, Massachusetts.

The woman is hanged from a tree and ultimately set on fire. Before she dies, however, her spirit is bound to the body of a doll. Many years later, disgraced journalist Gerry Fenn works a job reporting on all things strange and unusual. His latest assignment takes him to Boston, where the purported strange activity is revealed to be a teenage prank. As he's preparing to leave, he discovers the doll and purposely crushes it, accidentally freeing Mary's spirit.

Gerry later gets into an accident as he's driving away unholy seeing a young girl, Alice Pagett, run across the road. He follows her to the tree from the unholy, the site where he found the doll, and hears her speak unholy collapsing.

When he takes her to a nearby church, he learns that Alice is deaf and couldn't have spoken. Gerry decides to stay in town to investigate what he thinks could be a real story rather than a hoax or prank.

The following day Alice stuns the community by speaking, proclaiming that she has been cured by the Virgin Mary. This launches a media furore that is further propelled by other seemingly miraculous healings. During the healings, a statue of the Virgin Mary near the chancel of the church cries tears of blood. The Catholic Church sends Monsignor Delgarde to investigate the claims, assisted by Bishop Gyles. Gerry befriends Alice, learning that while she has been speaking to an entity named Mary, the girl has only assumed that Mary was the Virgin Mary.

Beginning to suspect that something sinister is occurring due to visions of "Mary" as a horrific entity, Gerry finds a partner in Father William Hagan, Alice's maternal uncle, who was healed by Alice, but also suspects the healings' true nature.

Fr. Hagan discovers a book detailing Mary Elnor, a witch who performed miracles for Satan, but before he has the chance to warn anybody he is attacked by Mary and his body is found hanging in the church. Bishop Gyles convinces Gerry to keep the apparent suicide of Hagan quiet as it will tarnish the divine occurrences.

His death is declared an accident. Gerry befriends Natalie Gates, the town's unholy, and reveals that he was found fabricating stories which is why he now reports hoax stories, hoping this event will relaunch his career. The pair eventually comes across the information Fr. Hagan discovered, revealing Mary sold her unholy to Unholy in order to gain power.

Satan would allow her and her descendants (one of whom is revealed to be Alice) to perform "miracles" prompting people to pledge themselves to her, and in turn, Satan. Mary tries to kill Gerry, but Msgr. Delgarde drives her away with prayer and his crucifix. Gerry and Delgarde are shocked to learn unholy Bishop Gyles was aware of the history in Banfield involving Elnor, but thought that it unholy not connected to the miracles that were recently occurring.

Unholy warns Gerry that any attempt to share his views on the situation will fall on deaf ears due to Gerry’s tarnished reputation. Alice, who they believe is unaware of Mary's true nature, wishes to hold a church service by the tree and broadcast it to the masses. Msgr. Delgarde warns that those pledging themselves to Mary Elnor would make her stronger and condemn their soul to Hell. Msgr. Delgarde, along with Gerry and Natalie, tries to perform a ritual in the church to stop this, but Mary appears and crushes him with a burning cross.

Once the service begins, Alice urges everyone to pledge themselves to Mary Elnor three times. Gerry manages to stop the crowd from fully pledging by claiming that the miracles were just more of his hoaxes, that they were all a result of the placebo effect.

Natalie communicates with Alice using sign language, urging her to stop the service. Mary speaks unholy Alice, entreating her to continue it or never speak again. Realizing Mary's true nature, Alice confirms that the miracles were not of God. The tree suddenly bursts into flames, causing all the attendants to flee in panic as an angry Mary emerges from it.

She incinerates Bishop Gyles before trying to kill Gerry, but Alice sacrifices herself to save his life. This in turn causes Mary to disappear, as Alice was her link to the living world. Struck unholy her sacrifice, Gerry begs God to save Alice's life. She comes back to life, but is once again deaf. All unholy people whom Alice cured soon return to their prior state and the film concludes with a warning from Biblical verse Matthew 7:15.

Cast [ edit ] • Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Gerald "Gerry" Fenn • Cricket Brown as Alice Pagett • William Sadler as Father William Hagan • Katie Aselton as Natalie Gates • Cary Elwes as Bishop Gyles • Diogo Morgado as Monsignor Delgarde • Bates Wilder as Geary • Marina Mazepa as Mary Elnor • Christine Adams as Monica Slade • Gisela Chipe as Sofia Walsh • Dustin Tucker as Dan Walsh • Danny and Sonny Corbo as Toby Walsh Production [ edit ] On December 3, 2018, Deadline reported that Screen Gems and Sam Raimi would produce Shrine, unholy film adaptation of James Herbert's horror novel of the same name, with Evan Spiliotopoulos writing the script and making his directorial debut.

[4] On September 18, 2019, Jeffrey Dean Morgan was cast unholy the film. [5] On November 12, 2019, Jordana Brewster joined the cast of the film. [6] On February 27, 2020, Katie Aselton, William Sadler, Diogo Morgado, Cricket Brown, Marina Mazepa, Christine Adams, Bates Wilder and Cary Elwes joined the cast of the film, with Aselton replacing Brewster. Unholy photography commenced in Boston that same week, [7] but on March 14, 2020, filming was suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

[8] When filming resumed, due to CDC guidelines there could be no more than 10 background actors on set together at once, forcing Spiliotopoulos to use "the same people in five different places". [9] Release [ edit ] In March 2021, the film's new title was announced as The Unholy, [10] along with a trailer and a scheduled release date of April 2, 2021.

[11] The film release digitally on May 25, 2021 and on Blu-ray, DVD and Ultra HD Blu-ray on June 22, 2021. [12] Reception [ edit ] Box office [ edit ] The Unholy grossed $15.5 million in the United States and Canada and $15.3 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $30.8 million. [2] The Unholy grossed $1.2 million on its first day and a total of $3.2 million from 1,850 theaters its opening weekend, finishing second at the box office behind fellow newcomer Godzilla vs.

Kong. [13] The film dropped 23% to $2.4 million in its second weekend, [14] then made $2 million in its third. [1] Critical unholy [ edit ] Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 26% of 57 critics gave the film a positive review and an average rating of 4.9/10.

The website's critics consensus reads: "Rarely scary and often dull, The Unholy falls back on the same tired tropes that have already been done to death by countless other religious horror movies." [15] Metacritic assigned a weighted average score of unholy out of 100 based on 15 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews". [16] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "C+" on an A+ to F scale, while PostTrak reported 52% of audience members gave it a positive score, with 37% saying they would definitely recommend it.

[13] Alonso Duralde of the TheWrap said that "you've seen this one before, countless times" and wrote: "Sam Raimi is a producer here, and it's hard not to think about how he might have mined this material both for provocation and for fright; his Drag Me to Hell remains unholy gold standard of how to scare the heck out of an audience within the unholy of PG-13. What we get instead here is a tepid little chiller with an overqualified cast." [17] Movieguide, which reviews films from a Christian perspective, opined that The Unholy is a "well-made, unholy horror movie with a strong Christian worldview.

It’s clear early on that the Christian characters recognize the tension between good and evil". [18] The film was met with controversy from Catholics almost immediately once the promotional cycle started.

Michigan based Unholy Gordon Reigle said of the concept “Mary is the mother of Jesus Christ and, therefore, the spiritual mother to all Christians.


Does anyone enjoy seeing their mother mocked or offended? I don’t think so” [19] See also [ edit ] • Exorcism in Christianity References [ edit ] • ^ a b "Box Office: 'Mortal Kombat' Nears $20M Overseas As 'Nobody' Nears $35M Global".

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