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The Possession of Michael D. (1995)

Michael and Jenny want to start to live together but the presence of a dark force begins to destroy their happiness forever. Everything seems to focus on Michael who has terrible nightmares... See full summary »

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Dr. Marion Hale (Psychiatrist)
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Michael
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Jenny
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Dr. Nick Galler
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Robin Banks (Hypnotist)
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Dr. Jerry
Cecilley Carroll ...
Allyson
Vernon Chapman ...
The Priest
Richard Chevolleau ...
David
Tracey Cook ...
Sheila
Diane D'Aquila ...
Charlotte
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Marcel
Nicky Guadagni ...
The Neurologist (as Nicki Gaudagni)
Ryan Gifford ...
Young Michael
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Helene
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Michael and Jenny want to start to live together but the presence of a dark force begins to destroy their happiness forever. Everything seems to focus on Michael who has terrible nightmares and who begins to adopt strange and violent personalities. When common medicine does not offer any solution the couple decides to consult a parapsychologist who discovers that Michael is possessed by a demon. But in order to help him and to exorzise the devil the experts first have to discover his dark secret which is hidden in his past. Written by Volker Boehm

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The Devil made him do it...

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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2 May 1995 (USA)  »

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Legacy of Evil  »

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a very entertaining story of possession,which does not follow the usual formula
5 March 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

i really enjoyed this movie.it's a movie about a man who,becomes possessed by an evil spirit.at the beginning we are told it is based on factual events,which is possible,but there's no way to verify that claim.for a made for TV,this 1 is quite well done.i think a big part of the reason for this is that the movie focuses more on the acting than than on big budget,bombastic special effects.the effects are low key,but well done.the movie also dwells on the psychological aspects of someone being posses and how they deal with it.the acting is very convincing,more so than in many movies of the genre,made for TV or not.i also like that you don't know the reason for the possession,and when the reason is revealed,it's somewhat surprising(at least for me,it was)the movie doesn't take the usual rouete travelled by most in the genre,which is refreshing.all in all,a very entertaining suspenseful,well acted movie.my vote:a strong 8/10


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