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I wish I could give this movie a zero. It does not even deserve a one.
The entire movie is a rip off of other possession/exorcism movies. It's evident that whoever wrote and directed this movie did not have one creative bone in their body. It's almost as if the people behind this sat down, watched any exorcism based movie they could find. And just took bits and pieces. It's a Frankenstein of a movie and I really wish this monster hadn't come to life.
The acting is completely awful, I hope the actors (other than Trejo or Roberts) have a day job because acting shouldn't be it. Even the most die hard of Trejo fans would have trouble watching this movie. If you like B movies this isn't for you. This is more a D- movie.
Whoever wrote the dialogue was trying way to hard to be witty. The dialogue felt forced and unnatural. Watching it I wasn't sure if it was meant to be funny or taken seriously. I still really don't, but I hope it isn't the latter.
What is probably the most unbearable part of the movie is knowing that someone invested 4 million on this cliché infested movie. I've eaten alphabet soup that was more original than this film. Where was that money? The graphics were decent, but no where near worth 4 mill. It had to go somewhere, and something tells me it wasn't the movie.
I know this may seem harsh, but I try my best to support indie filmmakers and indie actors. They are some of the best in the business. Indie filmmakers are one of the things keeping the horror industry alive, an industry focusing on what will sell and not what will withstand the test of time. This movie was not a part of that. So to know that this money could of gone to people with actual talent or at least a half baked original idea is a crime.
The only way I would recommend this movie is if you're out of ipecac and need to vomit.
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