‘Shot in the real house; with real paranormal activity!’
Exorcist: House of Evil is a 2016 American supernatural horror film written, produced and directed by David Trotti, making his feature debut. It was filmed as The Nameless.
Publicity refers to the film being shot in ‘The Real Exorcist House‘, referring to the alleged exorcism of Roland Doe in 1949, which took place in the Georgetown University Hospital, not his family home.
Cara Artman, Cara Barresi, Hayden Benbenek, Candice M. Coleman, Amy Kate Connolly, Ford Fanter, John Gourley, Mark Holzum, Margaret Kimble, Christopher Lawyer, Matuschka Lindo, Peter Mayer, Amy Holland Pennell, John Pierson, Connor Trinneer.
“Based on a true story, shot in The Real Exorcist House, a young woman returns to her old family home, the site of an infamous exorcism, and discovers the devil never left.
This film was shot in The Real Exorcist House and during filming captured both audible and visible paranormal activity which has been left in the film giving those who dare to watch a unique look into one of the most infamous homes in America and possibly exposing them to the devil still lurking within.”
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” …there wasn’t much more enjoyment to be had from Exorcist: House of Evil. There’s no creepy atmosphere or gradual build-up of the sense of impending doom. Without that, an exorcism film isn’t going to be much cop.” Sandra Harris, Cinehouse
“Definitely a B movie with the dialogue, acting and film editing. I gave it 2 stars just for the demonic eye effects. Premise was kind of cool but there was too much focus on the female lead … Would’ve been more interesting if they focused more on the little boy and ouija board. The ending was disappointing too.” Wayne Beeg, Amazon.com
“Only a crazy person is going to hear voices and believe it!”
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
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