Releasing Date: 1 March 2013 (USA)
Director: Ed Gass-Donnelly
Writers: Damien Chazelle (screenplay), Ed Gass-Donnelly
Stars: Ashley Bell, Julia Garner, Spencer Treat Clark
Watch The Last Exorcism Part II movie, it is particularly enjoyable to see again Ashley Bell in the role of Nell . She is the main issue and really the only big reason to take a look. Her ability to go from country girl who has never been on the internet for psychotic madman is quite impressive.
There are also a few subtle details that shine like diamonds in the dark, a streamed version of the first film shown on a computer , some some really nice murder and a display of how quickly things can go wrong when demons will be dispelled . A sex scene with beings from the other side should not be forgotten of course , classical . But on the whole, considering the tedious heavier than entertaining, it eventually becomes so sluggish pace and cliché content that not even bleeding house amuses me. And when it has gone right so far …
Just like in the first movie to play it safe and a lot of what should be shown to terrorize the audience’s senses left to the imagination and displayed through the glass doors and the like , not the way Hitchcock had done it – but perfunctory and less effective. Ed Gass – Donnelly showed good auspices in Small Town Murder Songs and Eli Roth ( Hostel ) has helped in the producing process so it mjäkiga feels both strange and surprising . Possibly a number of choices to reach out to a wider audience , no matter what , I think it’s very cowardly .
No, by all means skip this movie if you have not obliged feel that you must know what happened to Nell after the first film. All questions will be answered , but the answers are far from entertaining.