A teen must prevent fellow students from performing an exorcism on her best friend.

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Peter Sullivan
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jennifer Stone ... Chloe Mitchell
Janel Parrish ... Lauren Brady
Shanley Caswell ... Olivia Marks
Ione Skye ... Bonnie Mitchell
Kelly Hu ... Denise Brady
William McNamara ... Reverend Young
Chris Brochu ... Mase Adkins
Maya Stojan ... Emma
Ana Walczak ... Kara
Bailey Anne Borders ... Kendall
August Roads August Roads ... Devin
Spencer Neville ... Brad
Natalia Baron ... Principal Andrews
Roger Lodge ... Mr. Wright
Eric Etebari ... David Mitchell
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Storyline

When Chloe's Parents Separate she takes her anger out on every one else and due to her change in personality her best friend thinks she's possessed and she turns to a religious girl for an exorcism but the religious girl is out to kill Chloe because Chloe accidentally slept with the religious girls boyfriend - Will Chloe Survive Or Will She Die?

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for some violent images | See all certifications »

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Just what was this supposed to be?...
2 November 2020 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

This movie was odd. Let me just start off by saying that.

Then I have to continue on by saying that the movie wasn't particularly entertaining or enjoyable. I managed to endure 61 minutes of the ordeal that is "High School Possession", then I just had to turn off the self-inflicted torture. A couple of times leading up to that point I was tempted to turn off the movie, but I opted to give it a chance.

The storyline just never got off of the ground, and I couldn't immerse myself into the storyline. In fact, there was just too many things going on that weren't really adding up, or just seemed way too random. So the movie felt like a befuddled mess of random chaotic scenes shot and edited together.

As for the characters in the movie, well I can't really claim that they had any more appeal than the storyline did. So you shouldn't get your hopes up here. In fact, I can't even remember a single character's name from the movie. It was just so terribly, terribly bland and pointless.

Actually, I was surprised to see the likes of Kelly Hu show up in a movie such as this, and while she did manage to add some worth to the mixture, it just wasn't sufficient to salvage the downward spiraling movie.

I have absolutely no intention of ever returning to watch the rest of "High School Possession", because this movie just failed entirely to capture my attention, much less bring me any sense of entertaining or enjoyment.

My rating of "High School Possession" becomes a generous two out of ten stars. This movie is not worth the time, money or effort. Actually, the best part about the movie, aside from Kelly Hu, was the movie's cover/poster.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 October 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

High School Exorcism See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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