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Chronicles of an Exorcism (2008)

Not Rated | | Horror | 2008 (USA)
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Based on what appears to be a true exorcism, and shot documentary style, Chronicles of an Exorcism is the story of two amateur filmmakers who, at the request of the Church, document the ... See full summary »

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Nick G. Miller
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Matthew Ashford ... Father Michael
Nick G. Miller Nick G. Miller ... Father Lucas
Ray W. Keziah Ray W. Keziah ... Pastor Bill
Rob G. Kahn Rob G. Kahn ... Lee
Dara Wedel ... Tina Miller
David Michael Ross David Michael Ross ... Ross
Heather Harvey Heather Harvey ... Erin
Sara Howell Sara Howell ... Reporter
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Based on what appears to be a true exorcism, and shot documentary style, Chronicles of an Exorcism is the story of two amateur filmmakers who, at the request of the Church, document the exorcism of young Tina Miller over a three day period. Written by J. Torres

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USA

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English

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2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

An Unholy Exorcism: The Devil Inside See more »

Filming Locations:

North Carolina, USA

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Title Card: The film you are about to see was filmed by two amateur filmmakers over a three day period. In some areas of the film the sound and visual quality are low. In an attempt to maintain its authenticity, and at the request of the filmmakers, the sound and visuals have not been changed from its original edited format.
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Don't BOTHER. Fake, poor production, not even funny, AVOID.
30 September 2008 | by jbar19See all my reviews

Man, was I disappointed.

From the first 5 minutes it was painfully obvious that this is a Blair Witch knock off with abysmal production values, horrendous acting and a predictable plot line.

Like an idiot, I actually believed that this may be a true story but it is obvious this is a bad film school project with a marketing budget.

The 3 leads are way too young for their roles as 'wise men of the cloth'. Their acting is wooden, distracted and unbelievable. And unless Satan is only possessing underwear models, the girl is just too pretty to be believable. (Watching her overact and writhe in her flimsy outfit was the only highlight of this movie.) I'm all for independent movies and I give the cast credit for making a valiant effort, but the fact that they are passing this off as 'true' and as 'documentary' is freaking absurd. Satan himself probably would be embarrassed to be in this movie.

Plus, as a Catholic, I resent them trying to make a quick buck off of impersonating priests (badly) and trying to put their spin on what they believe an exorcism is.

In spite of being offended, I can safely say that even if I was Jewish, Buddhist or a Muslim I would not like this movie. I've seen scarier things on YouTube.

The worst part was the hackneyed, predictable ending that WE ALL SAW COMING A MILE AWAY. You don't have to be Nostradamus to be able to predict this ending.

I've seen Dental Hygiene movies with more entertainment value.

Seriously, other than the hot girl this movie isn't just bad, it is ANTI entertaining. I feel bad for giving this movie such a bad review, but it really deserves it.


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