The Last Exorcism

The Last Exorcism

The Last Exorcism movie review

The last Exorcism is a horror film directed by Daniel Stamm and produced by Eric Newman, it is made in the same way as quarantine and The Blair Witch Project, and like the Blair Witch project it is shot as 'filmed footage' recorded wih a shakey handheld camera which makes it all the more believable, the story centers on a dillusioned Minister called Cotton Marcus who after performing exorcisms for 25 years decides to let a film crew record his last ever exorcism, The minister knows his exorcisms are a sham after loosing his faith years before, but he takes money from the true believers to support his own familys income, while fiming he exposes his own scams by telling how he gets the groaning noises from his i pod and gets a puff of smoke to come out of his crucifix at the appropriate times.

The Minister gets a letter from a farmer who wants him to release the devil that has been possessing his daughter Nell, she has been acting strangely and their live stock are being slaughtered, so the Minister comes in performs his fake exorcism and then leaves, but he finds he cant leave and gets dragged into the familys trouble when things get violent and very eerie. The movie keeps you guessing as to what is real and whats imagined, is it a demon possession or a mental disorder?? The Ministers own believes are shaken to the core and he and his film crew must find a way to save Nell and themselves if they ever hope to getting out the already blood drenched farm.

This movie has had mostly good feedback except for the last five minutes of the film which was a bit far fetched, other than that it is definately worth watching and will keep you guessing until the very end. see below for movie trailer.

The last exorcism DVD will be released on the 30th November 2010

The Last Exorcism

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