|The Devil Inside Movie Poster Promo|
In Italy, a woman becomes involved in a series of unauthorized exorcisms during her mission to discover what happened to her mother, who allegedly murdered three people during her own exorcism.
Stars: Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman and Evan Helmuth.
Movie Clip HERE.
Wow! The bulletin boards have been jerking this movie all over - "love it!", "hate it!", "not bad, but not high up there on my favorite list." (Isn't that the case for all movies though? Yeah, but the chatter has been quite blunt and the number of people commenting is super high.) So, here are tidbits of what I've gathered to give you insight into "The Devil Inside", and to prepare you for watching it...IF you choose to:
>Barely any scary moments, plot holes that left you hanging, the ending was NOT satisfactory, theater booed when credits rolled, tired of documentary style horrors with shaky "realistic" camera movements, dialogue is a bit slow sometimes, all the questions weren't answered, you knew what was coming next, should've saved for Halloween release.
>Certainly worth a look, the strong intro and scene's involving the possessed/exorcisms are what really make the film worth while, the tone was very scary, will end up with a good cult following, story itself is very good, could easily make a sequel next, acting was pretty good, shroud of mystery was a perfect touch, was entertained and freaked out-what a good horror movie should do to you.
Here's something to look for when watching the movie or if already watched, think if you recall this:
>When Maria is thrown off the table during her exorcism, one of the cameras shows her heart monitor with her vitals flashing. They should not be reading anything as the throw would have disconnected the wires.