‘Charlie Horowitz: Requiem’ is the third serving of the series. After the destruction of hell, the story picks up with Lucifer plotting to create hell on earth with help from his worshippers here on earth. On the other side are an unlikely gang of former enemies and associates of Lucifer who come together, rather unwillingly at first, to form the defence the world needs to protect itself from the sinister schemes of Lucifer. Each entity in the gang has a personal score to settle with Lucifer, and they know that their only chance at preventing the apocalypse is in working together as a united front and with the ace up their sleeve, Charlie Horowitz. Stuck between the two is Allison, Charlie’s sweetheart from seventeen years ago and her daughter Ava. When Charlie discovers that Ava is his daughter, he realizes that Lucifer has been scheming to use Ava as an instrument for destroying the world. In the clash of superhuman powers, force fields, demonic apparitions, form shifting beings the fight to save the earth from Lucifer begins.
Charlie Horowitz: Requiem is a feature-length script from screenwriter Dillon Fuhrman, the third in the Charlie Horowitz series. Requiem ups the stakes in the franchise with an all-out action thriller for everyone who would like a good superhero movie with an impenitent display of superpowers. Written to be a VFX extravaganza the screenplay is also a treat for cinephiles who enjoy their twists, turns and surprises in the storyline. When stripped of its visual grandeur, the screenplay has the mettle to hold its own as an emotional family drama. It explores the myriad emotions of a family with an absent father, returning to his family. All in all, Charlie Horowitz: Requiem is a fitting crown for the trilogy. But does the story of Charlie and his friend end here?
Taking forward the eternal conflicts between good and evil, right and wrong and actions and reactions, this edition of the series also confronts the rather misunderstood concept of getting a second chance. A second chance at correcting one’s mistakes or a second chance at bringing oneself to do what one truly wanted to are luxuries not everyone is granted. But, when you do get a second chance, how prepared are you to handle the responsibility.