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Let Us Go and Burn Her Body; Or, The Devil Done Let Out (2005)

| Fantasy, Horror, Mystery
A young female paranormalist is pursued by a man claiming to be the devil in human form.

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Erika O'Bar ...
Rebecca Longan
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The Dark Man
Johnathan Prince ...
Derrick
Jimi Fleming ...
Preacher / Suave Man
Brie Straiton ...
Bridgot (as Brie Layland)
Stacy Taylor ...
Newscaster
Zac Risinger ...
Byron Lord
Adam Hale ...
Shelley Lord
Rick Ramsey ...
Paranormalist
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Suburban housewife (as Dee Wheeler)
Colin Warde ...
Witness / Shadow Man
Rick Reier ...
Police Chief
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A young female paranormalist is pursued by a man claiming to be the devil in human form.

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Doubt, Delusions, and the Devil


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"...a cerebral trip that's an incredible indication of things to come"
5 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this ultra-indie from Oklahoma filmmaker Damon Blalack, we're taken on a dreamlike trip through the repressed madness of a paranormal investigator named Rebecca. As her marriage unravels, she discovers her mind unraveling and becomes determined to capture the Devil and kill him. Of course, it's not that simple when dealing with such matters, as she soon learns. Bizarre imagery, a documentary subplot about ghosts in Claremore — it's a wholly ambitious project and the type of film that more indie filmmakers should be doing. Blalack wisely does his own thing with astounding results. Like the first time you saw Eraserhead, Let Us Go ... this is a cerebral trip that's an incredible indication of things to come. — Louis Fowler, Colorado Springs-Independent


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