Rated PG-13 · 90 minutes · 2010

Horror, Thriller
Here’s another low-budget horror picture that is all gimmick. Patrick Fabian (Big Love) stars as Cotton Marcus, a sleazy preacher who enjoys manipulating the congregation at his Pentecostal church. He also does exorcisms on the side, a practice he doesn’t really believe in, but, hey, he’s got a family to feed. His conscience is starting to get the best of him, but he decides he’ll do one last exorcism for old time’s sake, and, of course, he’s going to bring along a camera crew along. Cotton travels to a country farm inhabited by Louis Sweetzer (Louis Herthum) and his two children, Nell (Ashley Bell) and Caleb (Caleb Landry Jones). It seems that Nell has a bit of the devil in her—or a demon offspring, to be more precise. Bell plays Nell so super-sweet when she’s not doing the possession thing that I found myself wishing the devil himself would just take over and render her less-annoying. It all leads up to a finale that is unintentionally comical.

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Official Site: www.thelastexorcism.com
Director: Daniel Stamm
Producer: Eli Roth, Eric Newman, Marc Abraham, Thomas A. Bliss, Huck Botko, Andrew Gurland, Phil Altmann and Ron Halpern
Cast: Patrick Fabian, Ashley Bell, Iris Bahr, Louis Herthum and Caleb Jones


The Last Exorcism


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The Coast Halifax The Last Exorcism twists out of shape Eli Roth creates a film that collapses in stupidity. by Matt Semansky 08/26/2010
Portland Mercury Old-Time Religion The Last Exorcism made my butthole tighten. by Dave Bow 08/26/2010
Charleston City Paper It is not an excellent day for an exorcism When The Blair Witch Project became an out-of-nowhere phenomenon more than a decade ago, one of the most startling developments was how few attempts there were to rip it off. by Scott Renshaw 09/01/2010
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Colorado Springs Independent Mr. Marjoe rising: The Last Exorcism It's as if director Daniel Stamm saw Jesus Camp and thought, "Now, that's a horror film." by Justin Strout 08/26/2010
Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, Aug. 27 Get high with Get Low; and watch your head, 'cause this is The Last Exorcism you're going to get (and heaven help you if you see it in 3D); plus a special screening. 08/27/2010
The Coast Halifax Possessed by the past Actor Ashley Bell knows that her body-contorting performance in The Last Exorcism will be compared to the classic, Linda Blair. by Matt Semansky 08/26/2010

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