This dark tale of supernatural possession from director Manuel Carballo combines classic horror with riveting family drama. Fifteen-year-old Emma (Sophie Vavasseur, Resident Evil: Apocalypse) is going through the growing pains of teen life, believing her parents don't understand her and longing for the independence that's still a few years away. When Emma falls prey to a series of seizures that leave doctors and psychologists baffled, her parents summon a priest (Doug Bradley) to help the girl. But what lurks inside Emma is far more dangerous than they could have ever imagined. EXORCISMUS mounts to a pitch of horror from which you won't be able to turn away.
Being a horror film fan, I am almost always drawn to stories that depict the supernatural and the occult. I have seen a ton of exorcism films and most of them always have a common denominator, it is a classic struggle between the forces of good and the personification of evil. Well, “Exorcismus” is a film by Spanish filmmakers that has been shot in Australia in the English language. It is still the common exorcism film but it tries to do something different; if only the direction by … more