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Exorcism: Driving Out the Devil (2006)

Humans have long believed in the existence of evil spirits, demonic possession, and the devil on earth. In this HD special, go deep into the world of the unexplained to explore the history ... See full summary »

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Bishop Robert McKenna
Ralph Fontaine ...
James Green ...
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Libertad Green ...
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Veronica James ...
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Aja Munsell ...
Nicole Obry
James Nalitz ...
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Sunny Naughton ...
Michelle Reading
Gino Russo ...
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Humans have long believed in the existence of evil spirits, demonic possession, and the devil on earth. In this HD special, go deep into the world of the unexplained to explore the history of exorcism. Although the practice has existed for thousands of years, the recent explosion of exorcisms reveals that this ritual is very much alive and thriving today. Written by Anonymous

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Various views and acts of exorcism on the afflicted
5 February 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

With few exceptions, I find this film filled with variety that reinforces some of the views, assumptions and assertions that many of the other films I have seen both fiction and documentary touch upon, re-assert and even dwell upon. We have the afflicted being exorcised by a Protestant Priest. We have the rivalry between who does the better exorcism and who is more successful between the Protestants and the Catholics. We have the revelation on whom the film "The Exorcist" may have had it's birth from. We have a review of the Salem Witch Hunt in brevity which beggars the question of why the one who is determined to be a witch must of essence be an emissary of Satan but could still be killed by man without an Exorcist? I found all of the chapters interesting but with some need of accreditation of the various Priests and Fathers who are portrayed throughout the film without actual identification.

I do have a question about a couple identified characters that I cannot with certainty place. The generic Father and the Priest Exorcist. In which of the 9 Chapters are they particular too? If anyone knows I would be truly appreciative as the DVD Credits don't identify them by the person who played the character as identified in the IMDb database.


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