Ghost Rider (2007) (part 4 of 6)
Next, we find Blackheart and his new buddies ambling past some trains, all wearing long dusters, like they’re the reincarnation of the Trench Coat Mafia. As they walk along, an older man straight out of Central Casting spots them. The guy is wearing overalls, and is even carrying an old-timey kerosene lantern, because that’s how all train yard employees look, right?
Blackheart is here because a cemetery had once been at this site, so he rasps a question at the old dude, who tells them that “St. Michael’s Church” moved the graves a long time back. Blackheart then shows his gratitude for the man’s help by killing him. I’m starting to pick up on the whole “Blackheart is evil” theme.