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Anneliese: The Exorcist Tapes (2011)

R | | Horror | Video 1 March 2011
Documentary covering the famous 'demonic possession' case of Anneliese Michel. The film features authentic footage of 'exorcisms' and other shocking events, considered to be the inspiration... See full summary »

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Jude Gerard Prest
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Cast

Uncredited cast:
Yaz Canli ... Sandy (uncredited)
Kai Cofer Kai Cofer ... Dr. Frederick Gruber (uncredited)
Christopher Karl Johnson ... Father Renz (uncredited)
Nikki Muller ... Anneliese Michel (uncredited)
Annette Remter ... Anna Michel (uncredited)
David Reynolds David Reynolds ... Josef Michel (uncredited)
Robert Shampain ... Dr. Kenneth Landers (uncredited)
Korey Simeone ... Steve Parker (uncredited)
Gerold Wunstel ... Pastor Ernest Alt (uncredited)
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Documentary covering the famous 'demonic possession' case of Anneliese Michel. The film features authentic footage of 'exorcisms' and other shocking events, considered to be the inspiration of the film The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005). Written by Anonymous

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The terrifying true story that inspired The Exorcism of Emily Rose. See more »

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Horror

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R | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

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English | German | French

Release Date:

1 March 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El Exorcismo de Anneliese Michel See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

The Asylum See more »
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Runtime:

| (2011)

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The material contained in this film is real. It was recorded as part of a medical study. The study was conducted over a 17 day period in the summer of 1979. This material has not been doctored. It contains scenes of a graphic nature and is not suitable for a young audience. [first phrase written on the beginning of the movie] See more »

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Eigentum der Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Translated in English language: Property of Bavarian State Ministry of science, research and the arts See more »

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Anneliese The Exorcist Tapes: Exploitative
20 February 2019 | by PlatypuschowSee all my reviews

The Exorcist Tapes is the third movie in the very loose Paranormal Entity/Investigations franchise and is made by infamous production company The Asylum (Who I'm sure I don't need to introduce).

It tells the true story of Anneliese Michel and the case of her supposed exorcism and the two warring factions who tried to decide her fate. The doctors who wanted her to go to a hospital and seek medical treatment and the parents/priests who deemed her possessed and demanded she be subject to an exorcism.

The movie plays out as if it's real footage of the event which I find a tad exploitative and in bad taste considering the true story, what happened and the fate that Anneliese was finally dealt.

In true Paranormal Entity and Asylum tradition the movie looks ugly, has no budget behind it, has a mediocre cast and people behind the camera who must have just graduated amateur film school.

If you want to know the story of Ms.Michel then google it, maybe watch the documentary but leave this nonsense in the cold where it belongs.

The Good:

Nope

The Bad:

Rather bad taste pretending it's real footage based on what actually happened

Everything is just so poor


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