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Grace (2014)

Grace is a movie starring Alexia Fast, Lin Shaye, and Alan Dale. Grace is an 18-year-old Catholic girl whose purity is overtaken by a demonic force. Will it consume her?

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... Grace / Mary
... Helen
... Father John
... Jessica
... Brad
... Luke
... Father Michael
... Sally
... Joel
Joshua J. Ballard ... Danny
... Margaret
Margot Berner ... Jenny
John Shaw ... Professor
Maxine Miller ... Mrs. Baker
... Doctor
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As Grace heads off to college and experiences a lifestyle far different than the one she had brought up under her grandmother's strict hand, she begins a traumatic downward spiral that threatens her sanity. The more she explores the true nature of her nightmares and black outs, the more it becomes clear that an outside, supernatural force is responsible. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for sexual content/violence/disturbing images, some drug and alcohol use, and language | See all certifications »
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21 October 2014 (USA)  »

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Grace - Besessen  »

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Grace's dorm room number is room 237 in homage to the infamous room 237 from Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. See more »

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Brahms' Lullaby (Opus 49 No.4)
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Written by Johannes Brahms
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Bad trailer, Good movie!
29 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

The sub-genre of 'Demonic Possession' has become most frequent in recent horror movie releases & most of them turns out average or below average time-wasters. So I was quite skeptical about it, mostly after watching the trailer. The weird thing about this movie is it isn't a found footage flick but the entire film shot on POV format...from the first-person perspective, mostly of a possessed person. Now, as a POV flick with such a common subject matter, surprisingly it still turned out intelligently well made & very decent overall. The reason it works mostly for keeping all things together pretty simple with good cast & characterization and its decent flow or execution of the story.

Instead of that bad trailer that not only gave too much away but also kind of provide a wrong impression about the movie, the trailer for it required to be short & cleverly done, IMO.


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