The Masked Saint

Theatrical Release: January 8, 2016
DVD Release: April 5, 2016
The Masked Saint


The journey of a professional wrestler who becomes a small-town pastor and moonlights as a masked vigilante fighting injustice. While facing crises at home and at the church, the Pastor must evade the police and somehow reconcile his violent secret identity with his calling as a pastor.

Dove Review

God works in mysterious ways, and in this movie Pastor Chris finds that out the hard way. Chris is a World Federation Wrestler, but when he is hurt he moves to a small town in Michigan to be the minister at the Baptist church. The church is in trouble financially and membership is dwindling, so he needs to find a way to help.

Chris uses his experience as a wrestler to help not only the church but the neighborhood. It’s pride and selfishness that gets him in trouble, so he needs a second chance to help him be a better pastor and better person.

This is a story of forgiveness, faith and the power of prayer, along with a lesson about being accountable for your actions. This charming and heartwarming story is based on a real-world wrestler and will truly entertain with the power of faith.

We are proud to award “The Masked Saint” the Dove “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12 plus.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Couple kiss.
Language: H-1 used by a bad man; Jesus, God, and Lord all used in reverence.
Violence: Bigger boy bullying smaller one; boy takes down a bully; wrestler breaks another man's leg in match; woman shown with bruises on her arms; man puts another in choke hold; man hitting woman and another man saves her by hitting the man; men robbing a restaurant; man meets men in alley and knocks them out; man with a gun points it at another man; church is ransacked and graffiti on walls; man points gun at pastor; caged wrestling match between the Saint and the Reaper.
Drugs: Hospital scene; man smoking cigarette; man drinking a beer; comment regarding drug dealers.
Nudity: Shirtless men; scene showing prostitutes on a street.
Other: Man calls dog a rat; man yells at pastor and ref on basketball court; woman taken to hospital; pride and selfishness.


Company: P23 Entertainment Inc
Producer: Cliff McDowell
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 111 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe