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Exorcism (2003)

 -  Horror | Thriller  -  1 April 2004 (UK)
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In the city of angels - Los Angeles - no one is immune from the lurking spirits, neither good nor evil. As the end of time rapidly approaches, both forces have much work to do. Both sides ... See full summary »

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Mr. Lansing
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Daniel
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In the city of angels - Los Angeles - no one is immune from the lurking spirits, neither good nor evil. As the end of time rapidly approaches, both forces have much work to do. Both sides contend for the same souls, but which force will prevail? Written by anonymous

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The Goodness of Society has just been Invaded by Evil.

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Rated PG-13 for strong thematic material, violent images and some sexual references
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Exorcism
Written by William A. Baker and Earl Wooten
Performed by William A. Baker
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If it puts one troubled kid back on track then the film did it's job.
12 October 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

I feel it was a good first attempt for this writer/director/producer/casting director, but if he would have done less maybe it would have been tighter. It seems more for kids and is aimed at getting them back to God and the church. It does get preachy, but I think it is more a religious film than a horror film. That is why I felt the humor at parts was important and good; it could have even used some more. I enjoyed it and the story. I know many people that do have a true fear of God.

Some of the actors were good, some not so good. I think the casting of the mother was intentional. She was over the top and campy - it was fun. I enjoyed the special effects, one of the best scenes is a scene with an evil girl and a thief in a car. She turns into an animal/demon right in front of your eyes and scares the hell out of guy. I liked the makeup for the monsters and demons also - very cool.

Again, it was a good first attempt and congrats on getting it done and out there. It has a positive message and is good for children. If it puts one troubled kid back on track then the film has done it's job.


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