In an intern college, Teresita is a teenager and the only daughter of a rich couple. She starts being troubled by loud sounds and the scary visions of a tall man in black walking towards ... See full summary »
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In an intern college, Teresita is a teenager and the only daughter of a rich couple. She starts being troubled by loud sounds and the scary visions of a tall man in black walking towards her menacingly. Soon she becomes obsessed with strange physical symptoms and visions of arms extending from the walls to grab at her, and sometimes she gets violent. Eventually, she kills her own mother but it's ruled as an accident. No-nonsense Doctor Bebeau prescribes electroshock treatment as the only way to cure the girl, but neither the lady doctor, nor the teachers at the college would listen to him. A lady doctor takes the poor orphan in, and upon their first meeting, the girl attacks the doctor and knocks her around the room. A priest is called him to try to wrench the devil out of her body. Written by
Teresita is the only daughter of a rich couple.A beautiful teenage girl is troubled by an unsettling visions of a tall man clad in black.She sees arms extending from the pool and walls ala "The Sentinel".Her mother is mysteriously murdered by her own daughter.The only way to destroy the devil inside Teresita is to call a priest.But it's too late for that."Devil's Exorcist" is an obscure Spanish clone of "The Exorcist" with some striking moments of suspense.The tall man dressed in black clearly reminds me more famous Tall Man from "Phantasm" series.Director Jorge Darnell doesn't display much of a visual sense preferring to keep things in stale medium and long-shots before breaking to close-ups for the final nihilistic shots.Fairly competent and watchable "The Exorcist" rip-off.8 out of 10.
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