Exorcism Release Date: 1 April 2004 (UK) Genre: Horror | Thriller Director(s): William A. Baker Writer(s): William A. Baker Staring: Brian Patrick Clarke, Jack Donner, Tony Burton Exorcism’s one of those films that’s bound to do sell well at AFM this year, what with its decent production values and competent story, but is landing D.O.A. […]

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Exorcism
Release Date: 1 April 2004 (UK)
Genre: Horror | Thriller
Director(s): William A. Baker
Writer(s): William A. Baker
Staring: Brian Patrick Clarke, Jack Donner, Tony Burton

Exorcism’s one of those films that’s bound to do sell well at AFM this year, what with its decent production values and competent story, but is landing D.O.A. in the U.S. thanks to its distribution deal through York Entertainment.

I can’t really mourn its weak distribution as I did for Fall Before Paradise either, as Exorcism just isn’t that good. It’s a bunch of community theatre actors getting together for a low-to-mid-hundred-thousand-dollars project with a script that’s totally 80s. It actually features a character spouting a line that, in sum, is this. “I haven’t told you this Mom, but I’ve been taking classes on exorcism as of late and I really think I can help get the demon out of Dad.”

Sigh.

While her mother’s recovering in the hospital, a demon possesses Sarah Lansing’s father.

And that’s about it. Exorcism doesn’t make for a bad watch, but this just isn’t my kind of movie.

DVD: Barebones.

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