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Demon Exorcism: The Devil Inside Maxwell Bastas (2013)

Demon Equation (original title)
Maxwell Bastas is consumed by anger it starts to consume his soul until he realizes he is grappling with demons.



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Credited cast:
Mr. Morelli
Maxwell Bastas
Demon / Mailman
Father Shields
Morelli's Secretary
Emergency Room Surgeon
Father Reynolds
Penny Gibbs ...
Emma Fisherman
N. Scott Sherburne ...
Lester Fisherman
Bryan Stone ...
Rabbi Rabinowitz
Wolfgang Diehr ...
Kirk Moreland ...
Father McCowin


The story is a harrowing-tormented-horror tale of good vs. evil. Maxwell is hooked with anger and it starts to consume his soul until he realizes he is grappling with demons. Beelzebub, the lord of the flies, plagues Max to commit suicide to end his chaos. Destiny drops max right into the hands of the Fishers, Emma and Lester. After Max finds sanctuary under Emma's roof, a string of wicked events brings down an avalanche of evil upon Max and everyone attempting to help him. Priests, rabbi's and his new found friends all fight and die attempting to aid Max which culminates into a battle against Satan himself. Testing all of their will's to believe in a higher path...or allow The Devil to conquer. Written by Melanie White

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19 February 2013 (USA)  »

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Demon Combat of the low budget kind.
11 January 2013 | by (Utica, NY) – See all my reviews

First off I saw this movie for one reason. I really wanted to see a film like Day of Dead, but instead of Zombies with Demons. I rented this film off the Amazon.com site for a download. The quality of the download was pretty good.

Now to the movie, Demon Equation is a very low budget movie, which in most cases this would cause me to pass. But there just isn't any films out there with people actually fighting Demons. If I were a filmmaker this would be a no brainer for me. Demon Equation has a lot of heart, and I really liked the story. It was interesting to watch a film made on such a low budget, the story came through quite well, and the acting was really pretty decent for a low budget film. The best performances in my opinion came from Jamie Wheatley who played Beezlebub, a Demon torturing the soul of the Maxwell character(the hero) played by Mike Mili. I found myself caught up in the story, and couldn't wait to see what would happen next, and for me that made it pretty exciting and interesting to watch. The special effects are pretty cool in one scene the Maxwell character is hit by a car, and it came as a complete surprise to me, and it looked sooooo real. The demons seem to pop in and out of people, and are armed with powerful abilities like telekinetic powers which they use as weapons against people, and other Demons. It was a really interesting to see this movie play out. The ending is completely unexpected, and it left me thinking about it long enough to write a review for it. I don't know how well this movie has sold, but I can honestly say that if you don't mind low budget movies you should really check this little gem out.

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