Good action flick. Not the worst horror flick. But messages? Oh, God! I didn't rate this "iffy" because some people can handle the bad stuff in it, but bc Christians(unless they are hardcore action and/or horror fans) will wish this was never unearthed from it's origins comic factory!! Pardon my French but that's total bullsht that god would make a bet for all the souls of people on earth! He already sacrificed his son to forgive us of our sins! Now, he's making a WAGER?!?!?!?! BULLSHT!BULLSHT!BULLSHT!BULLSHT!...............Although,I did not HATE this movie. It was entertaining, plot was good (aside the whole BULLSHT! thing), had good acting from the three main characters, [All-in-All]: it was filled with action, holy morals, positive messages, truth, blasphemy, drinking, demonic images, untrue messages, and some demonic morals. The violence is usually bloodless, being that they fight demons, angels, zombie...half-breed...THINGS, and more. But there is still a plentiful amount of blood to be had. The character drinks and smokes, but it's looked at as negative. [SPOILERS WILL BE CAP. ed]: AND BY THE END OF THE MOVIE, QUITS. The language is extreme at times, and the movies facts, morals and messages are more twisted than a noose, which is exactly what you're putting your head through if you watch this...BUT...Smoking is looked at as bad, protagonists are loyal to each other. LEBOUF'S CHARACTER SACRIFICES HIMSELF FOR THE OTHERS, John then seeks revenge for his fallen comrade(revenge is bad, but it shows that he truly DID care for him/her). In the end, JOHN OFFERS TO SACRIFICE HIMSELF FOR THE ONE HE LOVES. God is shown to be the almighty and most powerful over all. One learns you cannot "buy" or "bribe" your way into Heaven. John risks his life for Weisz's character in Hell. The main characters eventually come to the conclusion that God is more than, as John implies early on, just a “kid with an ant farm.” Instead, He seems to have a plan for the world and the people in it. Faith in God is shown to be positive, though sometimes difficult. And Satan is presented as a real, malevolent force in opposition to God and man. (Angela tells John she doesn't believe in the devil, prompting him to say, "You should. He believes in you."), and some more that I don't precisely recall right now. So I still have one question left. Who were these guys rooting for? The story is so twisted, I'm not sure! So, in the end, God is still victorious and almighty, even though he was careless enough to make a bet for everybody's souls. Just the idea is ridiculous and stupid! But, in the end, everybody learns, and the audience receives, the right message. But that doesn't mean I'm goin' home saying, "Aw what a great movie!" I ALREADY knew the truth and suffered so much movie abuse to get something I already HAD! Salvation. So, if you're an Atheist (don't believe in God) and like action, go see it. It might put things in...better perspective. And after you BELIEVE, go read this book by....uh....crap. Well, it's a true story about a guy who tried to prove God didn't exist that he eventually believed. Make sure you're about 13 or older, though. It's got some adult situations and things.