As credulous — or con-artist cheaty — as its demon-hunter protagonists, but lacking their charm. Worse, it can’t even be bothered to justify and satisfy the procedural approach to its mystery.
It’s incredibly unnerving in ways that filmed horror often fails to achieve… [This post is not behind the paywall.]
A tad dated and scattershot, but the messy package is inventively absurd… and unlike many Hollywood comedies, able to carry that absurdity to a silly end.
Inspired by Tubular Bells II, and how cinematic the movements are. There are huge chunks of this I’d love to see onscreen…
Me? I cannot ever hear Eric Clapton’s “Layla” and not think of GoodFellas…
Does this seem so terrifying that it could not be seen by human eyes?
Plus: the shocking number of British actors who have not been in a Harry Potter movie; is Wikileaks’ Julian Assange being persecuted?; we don’t need no stinkin’ objectivity in journalism; and more.
In the mock-documentary *The Last Exorcism,* a charismatic Baton Rouge preacher who gets more than he bargained for when he embarks on what he plans will be his final ceremony to drive out evil spirits. This flick sprang from (among other films)…
It’s absolutely worth seeing… if only for the intriguing debate to be had afterward, if it wouldn’t be an even stronger film were the last five minutes or so to be chopped off.
So I finally saw this Paranormal Activity flick that all the kids are into today, and all I could conclude was, Really? They think this is pants-wetting scary?