In the movie Constantine, John is dying from cancer. At one moment in time he cuts his own wrists in order to die early and force Lucifer to come and take him so he can tell Lucifer about what is ...
In the 2005 "Constantine" movie the main character in the climax of the has a small tête–à–tête with the Devil- aka Lucifer Morningstar. But in the Vertigo comic book universe, Lucifer has quit the ...
In the movie Constantine, during the climax in the mental hospital, Gabriel is shown wearing many hospital bracelets. What, if anything, do these bracelets signify? Neither the official ...
In the movie Constantine, Isabel Dodson commits suicide, after which her twin, Angela, seeks Constantine's assistance. Angela ends up being key in Mammon's plan to claim the earth. Both Isabel and ...
I've very briefly done research on the character of Chas in the Hellblazer books, nothing in depth really, but I haven't found anything that references his seeming immortality. His survival skills ...
The ending to Constantine confused me. When Kramer rose from his grave, does that imply that he became an angel after his death? Or was he a half-breed like several other characters in the movie. I ...
Why did Lucifer care about Mammon crossing over from Hell to the real world? Before coming up to drag John (literally) to Hell, he makes a detour and sends his son back to presumably prevent Hell on ...
Near the end of Constantine, before John is interrupted by Gabriel, he is holding his forearms together chanting "Into the light I command thee!". Why; what was he trying to do? It seems like Mammon ...
John Constantine explains that water acts as some sort of lubricant to facilitate the transition into the hell dimension. However, I don't see how exactly this works. In particular the film left open ...
In the movie Constantine said, "You don't need its protection, it would be like the old days." Did the amulet prohibit hearing voices? So he could find out what's happening and report back to ...