The Vatican Exorcisms was shot by Joe Marino, an American film-maker who went to Italy to shed light on the phenomenon of exorcisms. Accompanied by Padre Luigi, a true exorcist, Joe travels...
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The Vatican Exorcisms was shot by Joe Marino, an American film-maker who went to Italy to shed light on the phenomenon of exorcisms. Accompanied by Padre Luigi, a true exorcist, Joe travels to the south of Italy, a place where the sacred and profane have always lived together, where Christian rituals are inextricably linked to the pagan ones.Written by
This flick is a so-called found footage and watch out to pick out the correct one because there's also The Vatican Tapes (2015). This one here was one big sad, ultra-boring flick were nothing really happens and the scene's took way too long.
The idea is okay and using pictures of the pope at the beginning and saying he's behind gay parties and sex parties going on in the Vatican I thought this was going to be a shocking flick, sadly it wasn't. How is it possible that such kind of trash can be brought to the public, avoid at all costs.
Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 0/5 Story 0/5 Comedy 0/5
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