all great B movie concepts begin with the name

Maybe not all, but many…

You’ve heard of the Knights Templar? Medieval monastic warriors for the Pope? Forcibly disbanded by Pope Clement V in the early 1300s?

Well, as it turns out, there was also a contemporaneous secret order of nuns, known as the Sisters of Righteous Mercy, sworn to protect the weak and the poor. Tended to operate in elite units: assassinations, sabotage, moving strategically against high-level targets.

Flash forward to today. The Sisters still operate in the shadows, fighting for those who cannot fight for themselves. Their movie?

FORCE OF HABIT

Sister Prudence, serving in a poor neighborhood, finds fishy goings-on at a storefront church down the street from the church. Young, poor churchgoers are disappearing, and no one will do anything about it.

The culprit? An unaffiliated lunatic who calls himself Reverend Jim, and his chainsaw named Jesus. As he descends on his prey and revs his chainsaw, he squeals with murderous glee: “Come to Jesus!”

Can Sister Prudence and the Sisters of Righteous Mercy stop Reverend Jim’s killing spree? Find out in

FORCE OF HABIT

You can hide a lot under those things…

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