Written May 29, 2017
I'm with a bunch of others on here that I've never been a huge horror movie fan but a friend of mine was in the mood for one this time and the poster with the main woman's body bent like a 2 was very cool and freaky so figured what the heck. It was cliched and predictable for the most part but it had some originality to it as well so I can't put "Oh NO" or "NO" as my grade. I enjoyed some of the thoughtfulness in the direction of the plot and small amount of plot twists. I was also pleasantly surprised to see Muse Watson (Mike Franks in NCIS) as one of the main characters and he was pretty good. I can understand most of the negative comments because, yes, it wasn't very scary at all, but it had its merits to make it a nice movie to watch on a B movie or Halloween movie marathon night...right after laughing at the Blair Witch Project and poking fun at Jason X.
Written June 28, 2017
This was the most ridiculously poorly written, acted and produced movie, that I've ever had the displeasure of wasting money to watch. It was neither scary or interesting. The acting was terrible, the writing was even worse. And lastly, a demon in love with a human? Get serious
Written May 30, 2017
I remember absolutely hating the first Last Exorcism. After seeing Part II when it opened last week, I can honestly say that I remember nothing about it. So in that respect it was even worse than the first one. Just a very boring, shallow, and frankly dumb movie with not even a single scene that makes you say, "I wish there was more of that." Looking forward to when this "last" exorcism finally ends.
Written February 19, 2017
I was let down with this movie- plot was fragmented- hard to follow- and at times - boring- hated the ending - however, a good clif hanger for a sequel -
Written May 04, 2016
It is better than the first one but I'm not saying it was good.Maybe screamed once. At first it was okay but the ending ruined it. There shouldn't be a sequel. The endings of both films were terrible. They shouldn't come with a third.