With some frights from demons, it stands up nicely to DIY-tinged shiver stalwarts "The Blair Witch Project" and "Paranormal Activity."
di Robert Abele The Los Angeles Times
"The Last Exorcism" stirs up a caldron of handheld-camera technique, faith-challenged drama and solid acting for a suitably squirmy tale of demonic possession. It won't supplant " The Exorcist," but it stands up nicely to DIY-tinged shiver stalwarts "The Blair Witch Project" and "Paranormal Activity."
Director Daniel Stamm's faux documentary begins as a "Marjoe"-like portrait of Cotton Marcus ( Patrick Fabian), a charming huckster preacher who intends to show a film crew how the fake-exorcism business works by taking the case of a distraught, hyper-religious Louisiana farmer (Louis Herthum) who believes the devil has taken hold of his teenage daughter (Ashley Bell). [...]
di Robert Abele, articolo completo (1428 caratteri spazi inclusi) su The Los Angeles Times 27 agosto 2010