‘Stigmata’ on Comet

(Above: Patricia Arquette in ‘Stigmata’)

Comet TV tomorrow will show the 1999 horror film, Stigmata, with audio commentary by its director, Rupert Wainwright.

The broadcast starts Saturday, December 8, at 5 pm ET/PT, 4 pm CT and 6 pm MT.

Stigmata stars Patricia Arquette as Frankie Paige, a woman who, although not particularly religious, starts showing signs of the wounds Jesus received from his crucifixion. Cardinal Daniel Houseman (Jonathan Pryce) calls on the Rev. Andrew Kiernan (Gabriel Byrne) to investigate her case.

Comet TV is available free online or via antenna.

For the latest Comet TV schedule, visit comettv.com or access it on Roku or Apple TV apps.

To watch Comet online, visit comettv.com.

To see if you’re in one of the 100+ markets that can access Comet over the air, via antenna, go to comettv.com and enter your zip code.

If you happen to miss Saturday’s broadcast, Stigmata will air, without commentary, December 9 (check the schedule for the time in your area).

It’s also available from several streamers.

You can watch it free, with ads, on Vudu and Tubi TV. You can also view it, sans commercials, with an Amazon Prime subscription; or by renting it starting at $2.99 from YouTube and other providers.

About Larry Greenberg

A former local beat reporter and film critic, co-founder Lawrence Greenberg has more than 25 years’ experience as a writer and public relations executive.

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