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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will be releasing The Last Exorcism Part II as an unrated Blu-ray and DVD that contains an extended version of the movie. Continue reading for additional release details and the official cover art:
“From producer Eli Roth (The Last Exorcism, Hostel series) and the producers of Dawn of the Dead comes the terrifying supernatural thriller The Last Exorcism Part II, available June 18th on unrated Blu-ray™ and DVD with UltraViolet™ from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. In this pulse-pounding sequel to 2010’s horror hit The Last Exorcism, the evil force that once possessed a young woman is back to prove that “the last exorcism” was only the beginning.
Ashley Bell returns as Nell, the role that earned her an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress and an MTV Movie Award nomination in the original film. This shiver-inducing follow up finds her back in the relative safety of civilization, »
- Jonathan James
The much-maligned sequel to The Last Exorcism is hitting DVD and Blu-ray this June, and it will be home to an unrated version of the movie. Will said footage be enough for The Last Exorcism Part II to win back its fanbase?
From the Press Release
From producer Eli Roth (The Last Exorcism, Hostel series) and the producers of Dawn of the Dead comes the terrifying supernatural thriller The Last Exorcism Part II, available June 18th on unrated Blu-ray™ and DVD with UltraViolet™ from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. In this pulse-pounding sequel to 2010’s horror hit The Last Exorcism, the evil force that once possessed a young woman is back to prove that “the last exorcism” was only the beginning. Ashley Bell returns as Nell, the role that earned her an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress and an MTV Movie Award nomination in the original film. »
- Uncle Creepy
The StudioCanal and Strike Entertainment horror sequel The Last Exorcism Part II starring Ashley Bell, Spencer Treat Clark, Andrew Sensenig and Judd Lormand, and presented by Eli Roth, is coming to Blu-ray and DVD on June 18 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Both the Blu-ray and DVD versions of the film will feature a new unrated cut. The Blu-ray specifically will be presented in 2.4:1 1080p video and 5.1 DTS-hd Master Audio.
Bonus features on the Blu-ray edition include the following:
Click here to pre-order The Last Exorcism Part II on Blu-ray at Amazon.com.
Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell) is back in the relative safety of civilization and sent to live in a group home where she's encouraged to leave her past behind and start a new life. »
If you're in the UK and enjoyed the joint-cracking demonic contortionism of Daniel Stamm's original The Last Exorcism, then you'll be delighted to know you can experience more of the story this June 7th, as The Last Exorcism Part II lands in cinemas courtesy of Studio Canal.
Check out the quad poster and new trailer below!
Deep in rural Louisiana, Nell Sweetzer awakens from an horrific chain of events with no recollection of what went before. Unable to remember her terrifying exorcism, and with the footage from her ordeal making its way out into the world, she is forced to confront the return of the demonic evil that seeks to consume her; this time it doesn’t intend to fail.
The folks at FEARnet have some treats in store for viewers this May, when they premiere multiple films that haven’t been shown on networks before, including the bloody masterpiece, Battle Royale, completely uncut!! Read on!
FEARnet starts the summer off right, serving up a slew of premieres, stunts and marathons headlined by the World Television Premiere of Battle Royale, the way it was meant to be seen—completely unedited, in all its gory glory—on Saturday, May 18, at 10 p.m. Et/7 p.m. Pt.
Never before seen on television, the international blockbuster centers around the students of class 3-b, on their way to a field trip. After being gassed, they awaken to find themselves on a remote island where they are instructed to kill each other as part of a government law to deal with out of control students. And only one can survive. Banned in several countries for its violent content, »
UK Fans of the ‘possession‘ genre will finally have a chance to see the evil wreaking havoc in horror sequel, The Last Exorcism Part II. The film, which has already been released in the Us, follows directly on from the Eli Roth-produced and Daniel Stamm-directed 2010 hit, with young Nell Sweetzer found battered, bruised and confused about the horrific, previous events. The film hits 7th July with the returning Ashley Bell back in her impressive breakout role of Nell.
If you’ve missed it, you can check out our interview with star Ashley Bell, talking about the film and what drew her to reprise her dark role, which this time directed by Ed Gass-Donnelly. Check out the new UK trailer below:
- Craig Hunter
“The Call,” the thriller in which the actress stars, has crossed the $45 million mark and is expected to surpass $50 million by the end of its domestic run. It’s easily WWE’s top-grossing film it’s produced and financed. It’s other top earners were 2006’s “See No Evil” ($19 million worldwide) and John Cena vehicle “12 Rounds” ($17 million) in 2009.
It’s the kind of success WWE’s film division has long been looking for after pumping out a string of low-budget action, horror, and more recently, Hallmark-style dramas. But after taking the reigns of WWE Studios, in 2011, former Miramax executive Michael Luisi is finding a new strategy is starting to pay off for the company.
- Marc Graser
Chicago – The full schedule has been announced for the 2013 Chicago Critics Film Festival, featuring appearances by Sarah Polley, William Friedkin, William Katt (“The Greatest American Hero”), Ashley Bell (“The Last Exorcism”), James Ponsoldt (“Smashed”), and much more! Check out the schedule below and get your tickets now right here!
The festival takes place at the Muvico Rosemont 18 from April 12-14, 2013. Oscar-nominated actress/filmmaker Sarah Polley (“Away From Her,” “Take This Waltz”) will introduce the festival on opening night with her powerful and deeply personal documentary “Stories We Tell.” Twenty-year-old wunderkind filmmaker Emily Hagins will follow by introducing her fourth directorial effort, the coming-of-age comedy “Grow Up, Tony Phillips.” On closing night, the Sundance Film Festival hit “The Spectacular Now,” a comedy-drama starring Golden Globe nominee Shailene Woodley (“The Descendants”), Mary Elizabeth Winstead (“Smashed”), Kyle Chandler (“Zero Dark Thirty”) and Miles Teller (“21 & Overwill be presented with director James Ponsoldt scheduled to attend. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
It is, it appears, an exciting time to be Eli Roth. A player on the Hollywood scene for over a decade, thanks to the runaway success of Cabin Fever, Roth was propelled to notoriety by the Hostel movies, and earned himself both commercial triumph and critical censure thanks to his seeming status as banner-waver for the so-called torture-porn subgenre that boomed in the Noughties.
Going into a new decade, the torture-porn phenomenon still seems to be going strong, as various film-makers continue to try and shock jaded audiences with ever more creatively-extreme shenanigans. Roth, however, seems set on diversifying his gruesome portfolio, with a spooky exorcism thriller sequel, a cannibal exploitation movie, and a horror TV show; he’s even got an evil clown movie on the horizon. Having attached his name to the well-received The Last Exorcism, it looks like Roth is set upon emphasising that he doesn’t »
- Peter Shelton
The Bounceback could have been just another clichéd romantic comedy about angst-filled twentysomethings looking for love. (Okay, let's be honest: they're looking for sex.) But thanks to Austin filmmaker Bryan Poyser's considerable talents -- he graced us with Dear Pillow and Lovers of Hate -- the film is a wryly observant take on relationships and popular culture and a cut above most movies in its genre.
Shot in Austin and awash in River City landmarks and youthful culture, The Bounceback centers on New York City medical student Cathy (Ashley Bell) and her ex-boyfriend Stan (Michael Stahl-David), a wannabe actor currently delivering pizzas in Los Angeles. Both are former Austinites, and when lonely Stan learns that Cathy will visit her friend Kara (Sara Paxton) in Austin for a weekend, he hastily books a flight to Austin also, hoping to cross paths with his ex while partying with his friend (and »
- Don Clinchy
You'd be hard pressed to find a more balls-to-the-wall comedic performance at SXSW this year than Sara Paxton's scene-stealing turn in the breakup/makeup romantic comedy "The Bounceback." In Bryan Poyser's Austin love letter, Paxton plays Kara, a heavy-metal loving wild child nursing a nasty breakup, who's called upon to come to the aid of her best friend Cathy (Ashley Bell), after Cathy's ex shows up in Austin intent on wooing his old flame back. Best known for her work on the teen and horror film circuits in movies like "Aquamarine," "The Last House on the Left" and "The Innkeepers," Paxton proves in "The Bounceback" that screwball comedy is where she truly excels. It's no wonder a character in the movie refers to her as a Goldie Hawn-type. She's that funny. Indiewire sat down the Paxton in Austin (she's also here with another, albeit darker comedy, "Cheap Thrills »
- Nigel M Smith
South by Southwest is four days in and we've been trying to see as many movies as humanly possible, but we've also had some time to sit down with a few native Austin filmmakers who decided to shoot their very different films in and around their hometown. Bryan Poyser is returning to South by Southwest with The Bounceback while Hannah Fidell is at the festival with her second movie, the drama A Teacher . Poyser's film is the follow-up to 2010's Lovers of Hate , this one starring Michael Stahl-David ( Cloverfield ) and Ashley Bell ( The Last Exorcism ) as Stan and Cathy, a couple who have split up and gone to separate coasts. When Stan learns that Cathy is traveling down to Austin to visit her friend Kara (Sara Paxton), he decides to go down there as well, spending time with »
Air sex. Yes, air sex. It’s a real thing and the SXSW entry “The Bounceback’s” got it. But the Austin-based movie is also about more than that. It features Ashley Bell, Michael Stahl-David, Sara Paxton and Zach Cregger as Cathy, Stan, Kara and Jeff, a steadfast quartet of friends whose relationship breaks down after Cathy heads to New York for med school and Stan goes to Los Angeles to become a writer. When Stan finds out Cathy is heading home to visit Kara, he immediately books a flight to Texas in hopes of rekindling their romance. Meanwhile, the connection between Kara and Jeff has dissolved, too, but, unlike Stan, Jeff [ Read More ]
The post SXSW Interview 2013: Cast And Director Of The Bounceback appeared first on Shockya.com. »
- Perri Nemiroff
I feel that I should immediately tell you I wasn’t particularly fond of the Eli Roth produced/Daniel Stamm directed 2010 surprise success The Last Exorcism. Following in the found-footage footsteps of Paranormal Activity, I thought exorcist Cotton Marcus and his bumbling documentary team to be quite the bore, brought to life by stale scripting and barely watchable horror. So with expectations already six feet under, I shrugged and entered Ed Gass-Donnelly’s sequel The Last Exorcism Part II convincing myself “well it couldn’t get any worse.” Oh how very wrong I was.
Still produced by Eli Roth, I’m astonished that such a horrendous excuse for watchable horror could be tied to one of my favorite visionaries in the genre today. Sure, a sequel was inevitable given The Last Exorcism‘s 73% on Rotten Tomatoes and bankable financial success, but to trot out a pitiful mess like this as a follow up? »
- Matt Donato
Fox Home Entertainment released The Marine 3: Homefront on Blu-ray and DVD this week, the latest in the studio's popular action franchise. Mike 'The Miz' Mizanin stars as a Marine who returns home, only to learn that his sister (Ashley Bell) has been abducted by extremists. This highly-trained veteran springs into action by himself to bring his sister home. We have a contest running where fans can bring home this new Blu-ray title to add to your collection. Take a look at how you can win.
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Rating: 1.5 out of 5 stars
Aside from its ending, I actually enjoyed 2010’s The Last Exorcism quite a bit. It’s not a masterpiece by any means, but it did some interesting things with the found footage medium and conjured up enough scares (however cheap they may have been) to make it worthwhile. It’s the sort of film that would fit perfectly in the afternoon slot of a televised horror movie marathon; nothing too special, but fun enough to not be a waste of time. And so, while I’m always wary of horror sequels, I held out some hope for The Last Exorcism: Part II.
That hope was misplaced. This is a bad film, a film that starts off in a “so bad it’s kind of enjoyable” way, but then quickly descends into “so bad that you just want it to end” territory.
We pick up where The Last Exorcism left off, »
- David Braga
It never hurts to set your indie movie in the city of the film festival you’re hoping to enter. But that’s not the reason director/cowriter Bryan Poyser chose Austin for the setting of his latest movie, The Bounceback, which premieres March 9 at the SXSW Film Festival. Poyser has been a pillar of the Austin filmmaking community for nearly 20 years, shooting several of his movies in and around the Texas state capital.
- Jeff Labrecque
We just got word about a really cool charity auction that may interest some of our readers. Jacob Burman, the Program Outreach Director of Normal nonprofits, has announced a charity auction to meet and greet for lunch or dinner with Ashley Bell.
But the auction ends on March 5 at 3 p.m. So move your ass!
Normal is a charity organization which deals with eating disorders, body image awareness, stress management, etc. Ashley Bell of The Last Exorcism and The Last Exorcism 2 will be doing a meet and greet lunch or dinner in New York City with the winner of the auction on March 6 or 7. The Ashley Bell auction is on Charity Buzz and proceeds will benefit Normal to help create more educational programs and get the Normal seminar into schools.
Read our The Last Exorcism Part II review!
- Doctor Gash
New Last Exorcism 2 movie delivered lots of thrills,drama,weird ending and plot. CBS Films released their horror/thriller flick "The Last Exorcism 2" into theaters this weekend. I just checked it out and thought it was interesting, yet confusing at the same time. I totally didn't get the ending of as it just seemed,well, silly. The movie stars: Ashley Bell. In the new flick, demonic Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell) is place in a special home for girls after getting caught up in some more crazy demonic shit in New Orleans that she barely has any memory of. Once at the girl's home, Nell seems fine at first. She's seen ,getting along nicely with the other girls,working a job,getting a boyfriend,going out for fun,and all those wonderful types of things. But then,uh oh! Nell starts hearing and seeing weird things again. At one point, »
When The Last Exorcism debuted in the fall of 2010, it’s safe to say that it was definitely cashing in on the found footage genre. It was at it’s peak, with Paranormal Activity just hitting the screen a year prior and lighting the horror scene ablaze. This isn’t to say it wasn’t a bad movie, by any means, in fact it was likely one of the best of the slew of found footage features. It didn’t hurt to have Eli Roth as an executive producer. While we lost Daniel Stamm, the director of its predecessor, but Eli Roth and star Ashley Bell return for The Last Exorcism: Part II which ditches the handicam look and goes for a more traditional cinematic look.
This is the continued story of Nell Sweetzer, who has been found in New Orleans and is put into a home for troubled teen girls. »
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