Blackwater Valley Exorcism (2006)
When a troubled priest is beckoned to an isolated ranch in order to exorcise the demons from a possessed girl, the terror that awaits him threatens to consume his very soul in a chilling tale of supernatural horror starring Cameron Daddo and James Russo. When Father James' old flame calls claiming that her younger sister has fallen into the grip of a diabolical entity, the conflicted priest attempts to muster the faith needed to flush the demonic force back into the pit from which it came. As his feelings for his beloved ex-girlfriend are gradually rekindled, Father James discovers too little too late just how deceptive demons can truly be. … More
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My score on this movie is based truly on its comedy factor, I don't believe for one minute that this movie was made for the horror gender. So many parts contain comedy, So if your looking for a movie with a scare factor this is not it, but if you have friends over and want a laugh this is your movie. 4 stars for comedy. 1 star for horrorMore
Gungo-ho Exorcism flick made on the cheap. One of the worst Exorcism films I've seen actually, though having said that the sight of a young woman with a demonic face and voice is always going to creep me out no matter how bad the film turns out. The majority of the film is so bad you'll wonder if it's actually a comedy spoof! The plot is too ridiculous and implausible to be taken as fact as it claims to be, even if you believe in demonic possession! This one's strictly for fans of this sub- genre.More
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