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Helmuth's most high-profile movie role was the lead in the 2012 horror movie The Devil Inside, in which he played Father David Keane. Most recently he also had a role in the 2013 biopic Jobs starring Ashton Kutcher.
His other notable film credits include Garfield and 2005's Fever Pitch where he played the best friend of Jimmy Fallon's baseball-obsessed character.
Television work formed the bulk of Helmuth's acting credits, and he made appearances on a number of hit shows...
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The Devil Inside was released January 6th, 2012 and stars Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth, Ionut Grama, Suzan Crowley, Bonnie Morgan, Brian Johnson, Preston James Hillier. The film is directed by William Brent Bell.
Directed by William Brent Bell.
Starring Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth and Suzan Crowley.
A woman becomes involved a series of exorcisms as she searches for the truth about her mother, who confessed to three brutal murders which occurred during her own exorcism.
The Paranormal Activity series has given new life to the found footage genre. Since the release of the first Paranormal Activity, we usually get at least three or four found footage movies a year now. We've already had three theatrical releases this year and it all started with The Devil Inside.
Isabella Rossi (Fernanda Andrade) wants to find out what happened to her mother. Years ago her mother allegedly killed three people during her own exorcism. She travels to Italy where her mother is staying in a mental institution. After meeting her mother and seeing her possessed, she wants to find out
In 1989, emergency responders received a 911 call from Maria Rossi confessing to three brutal murders. The courts found her insane – but something else found her first.
Twenty years later, her daughter Isabella (Fernanda Andrade), followed by film-maker Michael (Ionut Grama) who wishes to document her journey, has found that her search for answers had led her to two rogue priests who reveal that her mother is in truth possessed not by one powerful demon but four! Now, it’s up to Isabella to face pure evil and work to overcome its claim on her mother’s soul once and for all.
Sometimes there’s nothing quite like a good, old fashioned Exorcism flick that features all the staples we’ve come to know and love and fear - Contorted bodies, speaking in tongues and the troubled protagonists that have to overcome all the odds.
The Devil Inside
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In 1989, emergency responders received a 9-1-1 call from Maria Rossi confessing to three brutal murders. The courts found her insane - but something else found her first. Twenty years later, her daughter Isabella's search for answers led to an exorcism by two rogue priests revealing that her mother is possessed by four powerful demons. Now, Isabella must face pure evil or forsake her soul.
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The Devil Inside was released January 6th, 2012 and stars Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth,
It belongs to the found footage genre in which a film is presented as an amateur recording of actual events, giving it an added sense of grittiness and authenticity. It's a documentary-style technique that may well make filmgoers ask if what they are seeing is real, thus offering an immediate suspension of disbelief.
So what better way to see how viewers responded than by pointing a video camera at the audience, too?
Following the earlier reaction footage, taken at a screening in America where the film was released at the start of January, comes a new video from the first UK screening last week. Like the Us showing, it was held in a church, which no doubt added to the creepy atmosphere.
Stars: Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth, Ionut Grama, Suzan Crowley | Written by William Brent Bell, Matthew Peterman | Directed by William Brent Bell
We’re doing something a little different for this review folks… If you’ve read any of my reviews of documentary-style or found-footage horror flicks you’ll know I have a particular disdain for the sub-genre. Couple that fact with the terrible reviews that came out the Us when the film opened over there and I knew I’d give The Devil Inside a bad review. So I thought in the interests of balance and fairness, why not see what joe public thinks of the film? After all, despite what critics say about these types of movies they still attract an audience. Hence we tracked down a found footage film fan who has a fondness for the Paranormal Activity movies (again another franchise I
Cast: Fernanda Andadre, Simon Quarterman and Evan Helmuth
Running time: 83 minutes
Synopsis: A young woman travels to Italy to investigate what caused her mother to murder three members of her church. While there, she becomes wound up in a series of unauthorised exorcisms, with devastating results…
Never have I been to a film screening that has so immersed me in the experience as that of The Devil Inside. The film’s promoters put on quite a show for its release, inviting journalists and members of the public to a special screening of the supernatural horror at the Round Chapel in Hackney.
Complete with nuns, ghostly lighting and a somewhat ominous all-male choir singing in the upper balconies, the stage was set for a full-on horror experience. After a quick video interview on the way in, I surrendered my contact details and signed my permission to
So with the imminent release of the new found-footage horror hit The Devil Inside, Thn has decided to take at look at the best five films to feature the battle between good and evil for the souls of humanity`… as
It joins a spine-tingling spectrum of found footage horror flicks including such titles as The Blair Witch Project, Paranormal Activity, [Rec], Cloverfield, The Last Exorcism, The Zombie Diaries, Grave Encounters, The Troll Hunter, The Locals and upcoming Awake in the Woods.
The cast of the Paramount release features Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth and Suzan Crowley.
Included here are the poster, trailer and four clips. We also take a look at how The Devil Inside ranks in the found footage trend, in which a story is presented as though it is an amateur video recording of real events.
Here's the official synopsis of The Devil inside:
In 1989, emergency responders received a 9-1-1 call from Maria Rossi (Suzan Crowley) confessing that she had brutally killed three people.
Twenty years later, her daughter Isabella (Fernanda Andrade) seeks
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