After years of performing “exorcisms” and taking believers’ money, Reverend Marcus travels to rural Louisiana with a film crew so he can dispel what he believes is the myth of demonic possession. The dynamic reverend is certain that this will be another routine “exorcism” on a disturbed religious fanatic but instead comes upon the blood-soaked farm of the Sweetzer family and a true evil he would have never thought imaginable.
Like Tinia said, it had its scary moments, but you have already seen them if you saw the movie. Not what I expected at all, and not a well thouhgt out or planned movie. I would be surprised if they even invested $700 in making that movie. Cheap, and poorley made. See something else
When I seen the trailer, and the previews.. I was really really excited. My favorite movie is The Exorcism of Emily Rose, so I was very excited to see this. Don't get me wrong, it had it's scary moments. But those were the ones that you seen either on the trailer, or on the previews. This movie was a complete disappointment to me, and the ending completely ruined everything. It was a bit too dramatic, defiantly not something that I would see again, or recommend.