Written December 01, 2015
This is a crappy sequel to a so-so movie [2010's 'The Last Exorcism' , plus , how can you have a sequel to a movie that has 'The Last' in the title ? Oh yeah , the first one made enough money for what it cost to make it] . Ashley plays the possessed girl from the first movie that is now trying to live a normal life . She has recurring dreams about the earlier events [from the first movie] so she goes to a half-way house/center for people with emotional problems . Muse is the head honcho in charge of the center . When Ashley starts seeing Louis , her dead father , David is called in for his assistance [David is an exorcist] .
It's not very scary , more dumb than anything .
It's rated "PG-13" for violence and language and has a running time of 1 hour & 28 minutes .
I would not buy this on DVD . I would not rent it , either . If you want to see it , wait until it comes to cable .
Written June 25, 2016
Boring, boring, boring and then stupid.
No suspense. No Special effects. No worthwhile dialogue.
No reason to make this movie at all....
They should offer to give back our money.
Written August 29, 2016
The last Exorcism part II wasn't a bad movie but it definitely was not as good as the trailer made it seem. It lacked real plot but the special effects where pretty good. The movie wasn't scary in the least bit and there was a few scenes where it was borderline funny. In summery the movie is decent to watch for entertainment but as for a scare factor it falls short.
Written November 30, 2015
We were excited to go and at the end felt like we needed a refund. What a huge disappointment! We did not think it was scary at all!
Written September 30, 2016
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.