Emotionally disturbed Isabelle is locked in a fierce battle with a vicious demon that's hell-bent on owning her soul. Desperate to bring her back from the tangle of evil, her family calls ... See full summary »
Emotionally disturbed Isabelle is locked in a fierce battle with a vicious demon that's hell-bent on owning her soul. Desperate to bring her back from the tangle of evil, her family calls on Jacob, the troubled local priest, to perform an exorcism. In a race against time and terror, he must wrestle his own dark demons before he can save Isabelle. But she isn't the only one who needs saving... Written by
I'm not sure if this is a comedy or not, but I found it pretty comical. Isobel is possessed by the devil. Somehow a perverted priest and the gardener are gonna' fix that. Part exorcism and part soap opera, you'll at least get some laughs. There's the paranoid jealous dad, satanic sister, Valley of the Dolls mother, and then the cowboy boyfriend; all there to help the skirt chasing priest fight the demons from dear Isobel. It sometimes felt like a Jerry Springer episode, but I actually paid to see this. Instead of the cool head-twisting, sailor cursing, and crucifix humping that Regan did in The Exorcist; you get a lot of Isobel bouncing on her bed like it's a trampoline, hiding in her closet, and jumping from a hay-loft. Yeah, it's Chuck E. Cheese gone wild. So, if you want to watch a quote unquote horror film that is worth a few laughs while you wait for the predictable ending ... this is your movie.
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