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Ava's Possessions (2015)

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A young woman recovers from a demonic possession.


Jordan Galland


Jordan Galland
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Louisa Krause ... Ava
Whitney Able ... Jillian
Deborah Rush ... Joanna
William Sadler ... Bernard
Zachary Booth ... Roger
Lou Taylor Pucci ... Ben Branson
Wass Stevens ... Tony
Annabelle Dexter-Jones ... Hazel
Geneva Carr ... Darlene
Dan Fogler ... J.J. Samson
John Ventimiglia ... Father Merrino
Joel de la Fuente ... Escobar
Alysia Reiner ... Noelle
Carol Kane ... Talia
Jemima Kirke ... Ivy


Ava Dobkins is recovering from demonic possession. With no memory of the past month, she is forced to attend a Spirit Possession Anonymous support group. As Ava struggles to reconnect with her friends, get her job back, and figure out where the huge bloodstain in her apartment came from, she's plagued by nightmarish visions - the demon is trying to come back. Written by Momentum Pictures

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She can handle her spirits. See more »

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language, some sexual content and bloody images | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

4 March 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Marcas da Possessão See more »

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The movie playing at around 55 minutes is Alice Sweet Alice (1976). See more »


When Ava is in her apartment with Ben she gets a phone call. The phones screen shows the time as 1:10 PM. However, this scene is clearly established to be taking place at night. See more »


Bernard: Are you still smoking marijuana?
Ava: Are you seriously blaming me for being possessed?
Bernard: I mean, it's a gateway drug, okay?
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Features Alice Sweet Alice (1976) See more »


Different Drum
Written by Jordan Galland & Sean Lennon
Performed by Sean Lennon & Karla Moheno
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Engaging, but no spark
15 March 2016 | by begobSee all my reviews

A girl recovering from demonic possession is forced into therapy, but flashbacks make her doubt the origin of her troubles.

What if we did a coming to terms story, but instead of drug addiction it's ... demonic? I dunno, wouldn't that be kinda lame? No, think about it - we set up all the usual conflicts but make the heavy stuff literal without losing the METAPHOR.

This really rambles on. I do like the concept, and the performances are good. But the dialogue is sooo Brooklyn Jewish, the story doesn't take itself seriously enough to create drama or frights, the humour is "gentle", and enough already with the daughter-mother antagonism. Also too many characters, and the most interesting one - the empathetic girl friend - trails off.

Directed by the writer, and I guess he did the photography, editing, music and effects too. Just not enough contrasts for good story telling. Music is interesting, but it never lays off and leaves a taste of the elevator. There is one brilliant smash cut: punch lands on a ball break at a pool table.

Overall - pleasant viewing with some atmosphere, but no real spark. Reminded me of Life After Beth.

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