The Last Last Last Exorcism….?

Posted: February 13, 2013 in Film News, Uncategorized
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In an interview with the website Bloody Disgusting, actress  Ashley Bell confirms that her newest film, “The Last Exorcism Part 2” might not be the final installment of the franchise (why would someone have a “last last” exorcism anyways). She stated in an interview by Bloody Disgusting that  “There’s a wait and see approach, but yeah there have been [discussions]. There’s a twist at the end [of Part 2] that is literally so shocking! I would love to step back into my Doc Martens for a third time.

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Since the exorcisms apparently don’t seem to work, perhaps try a chiropractor?…


The first film simply named “The Last Exorcism” was released in 2010 and took place in Louisiana, where a reverend played by Patrick Fabian agrees to let a film crew use him in their documentary that is supposed to expose exorcisms as fraud. But, of course, this is not the case, and in the film the reverend gets a letter where a man begs for his help and for him to exercise his daughter Nell (Ashley Bell).

In the second film (The last last exorcism?), which is released in the UK 15th of March this year, Nell is trying to rebuild her life, but the evil forces that once occupied her body returns…

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Comments
  1. Levi says:

    I’m a big horror fan, but sometimes producers can end up killing a franchise with too many sequels. For example, the first three Saw films were great and fairly original (in my opinion anyway!) but the series just became dragged by film 5 and we won’t even bother discussing the last one (*cough* predictible)!

    Hopefully it’ll be a good film, but I guess we shall wait and see.

    Nice blog design. The dark colours suit the theme!

    • Sofia Harris says:

      I agree with you completely on that one, the Saw franchise was definitely ruined by the last two films.
      Thank you for reading, and thanks for the compliment! 🙂

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