Written September 02, 2012
This time around we're treated to a Jewish exorcism, complete with Polish history and an MRI that reveals a murky slow-mo video of the demon lurking within. Well, there are certainly plenty of creepy scenes in this movie that depend heavily on the usual tricks, extensive use of darkness and low light, eerie music with sudden loudness, etc. Don't expect anything new, but you'll be entertained as long as you came in the mood to see this type of fare.
Written January 29, 2015
If your headed to this movie hoping to be scared out of you mind - think again. The scariest
part happens a minute into the movie (beginning with the old lady). The only other part
thought minorly scary was the girl in the garage, because of the unknown element. We've all
seen the 'views - what's so scary about moths? Maybe it was seeing Morgan as a character
other than Denny Duquette (what can I say? He OWNED that part.) and Sedgwick outside of
ads for The Closer that really through me off, and made it that much more difficult to become
immersed in the scenes.Oh, well. It's not a waste folks. And were other horror/suspense movies
fail on charater development, this one certainly does not.
Written September 05, 2015
Horrible movie!!! I guess there was need for the jewish exorsist, but youd think that with all the money the jewish community has in holliwood they would've come up with a killer script!!! The movie is full of ridiculous lines and inconclusive scenes. ohhhhh yesss!!! Whatthe hell happened to the dentist u paraded arround all the movie!!! And follow the scene with the Jewish Rabbies! What load of bad writting! Somehow the rookie rabbi has a code an obligation to help that the experienced others could just ignore!!! The digital demond!!! HAHAHA Enough said!!!
Written May 02, 2016
It is based on true story but last 15 minutes of movie is totally unbelievable. Some of the sequences just defies logic and science.
But overall, it is good scary movie but not scariest of all time. "the Exorcist" (1973) was and remains scariest movie of all time ,even to this day! Wroth watching once.
Written April 29, 2016
There were a few scary moments(without the blood) but they were few and far between. The young Jewish rabbi was an unexpected twist. But the biggest surprise was Kyra Sedgewick in the role of the mother. The movie was too mediocre for someone of her caliber.