Written by David Munoz. Directed by Manuel Carballo. Starring Sophie Vavasseur, Stephen Billington, Jo- ann Stockham and Doug Bradley (for about 2 minutes)
Plot: a young girl believes she is possessed and seeks out an exorcism from a priest
First off if you watch this because of Doug Bradley’s billing, you will be disappointed as he is only in a tiny little bit. The movie itself was well made, feels crisp but is schizophrenic in its execution. It jumps from place to place with seemingly no real direction. It left us with a ton of questions. Such as, why does she tickle her brother while he is naked in the tub? Why don’t they do the exorcism all at once? Why do they keep letting her off people with zero consequences? Also, no one tells her what she has done. Makes no sense. She is kind of a bitch anyway and definitely stupid.
I have decided that if I am ever possessed, I will be attacked by lollipops and rainbows, not fuckin cockroaches!! ewww, skeeves me out. Seriously, I have a big aversion to them.
Despite the production value and the convincing acting, this movie is boring. If you are looking for a stupid way to waste your time and string you along to no real payoff then watch this junk. Tara gave it a 15/100 and I gave it a 21/100. We can’t recommend this movie!
“The devil doesn’t always lie…if he can cause pain by telling the truth, then that’s what he’ll do”