The Last Exorcism- -
After years of performing “exorcisms” and taking believers’ money, Reverend Marcus travels to rural Louisiana with a film crew so he can dispel what he believes is the myth of demonic possession. The dynamic reverend is certain that this will be another routine “exorcism” on a disturbed religious fanatic but instead comes upon the blood-soaked farm of the Sweetzer family and a true evil he would have never thought imaginable.
[vc_row][vc_column][wpsm_woobox id=”48471″][/vc_column][/vc_row]by Ginger
Ok horror flick fans, this oneäó»s for you. It has everything that you expect from its title, except perhaps Carry Fischer and green pea soup. I donäó»t know if the young heroine twists her head all the way around, but she twists her body into enough grotesque positions to satisfy, complete with bone-crunching sound effects. Ouch! That makes my back hurt just to watch it.
Follow Reverend Cotton Marcus on a trip that takes him to what appears to be a routine exorcism. Yeah, just routine, right? However, this time, the Devil gives him more than he expected. Letäó»s use some common sense; this is not for children under 13. It is absolutely not for small children, it is much too scary. They will have nightmares for certain, possibly even be scarred for life, so donäó»t take them. This is definitely a night for the sitter.
The victim in the movie is a young teenager, which tells you the demographic group which it was intended to scare the Devil out of (I couldnäó»t resist). If your teen is a fan of horror flicks, let them go see it, but it is much too scary for little ones, or those who are very sensitive. I donäó»t see any questionable content, that is, if you are a horror flick fan.
Yes, there is violence and a father shooting his own daughter to save her soul, but then again, you horror flick fans have seen it all before. Those that do not like horror flicks should not go see it. But for those who like, possibly even love them; this one may become a classic in its genre.