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Demon Exorcism: The Devil Inside Maxwell Bastas
Demon Equation

USA 2013
produced by
Melanie White for Alpha Wolf Productions
directed by Richard G. James
starring Michael Mili, Penny Gibbs, Jamie Wheatley, Bryan Stone, Jeff Priskorn, Victor Pytko, John Anton, Richard Goteri, N. Scott Sherburne, Joe Kras, Jacquie Floyd, Rachel Bellack, Kirk Moreland, Joe Comaianni, Wolfgang Diehr
story by Melanie White, screenplay by Richard G. James, music and special makeup by Melanie White

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Maxwell (Michael Mili) hasn't felt like himself of late, essentially since his wife and child died in a freak car accident, but today things have turned to the worse: First he's attacked by a demonic mailman (Joe Comaianni), then he gets fired from his job, only to shortly thereafter waking up on the office floor all covered in blood with the entire staff of the company slaughtered. In a diner where he has an early lunch he finds himself in a similar situation ... and then a weird stranger who'll later turn out to be Beelzebub himself (Jamie Wheatley) tries to convince him to kill himself. Maxwell makes a getaway to run right in front of a car. Emma (Penny Gibbs) and Lester (Victor Pytko), the couple responsible for the acciddent don't dare to take him to the hospital because of previous DUI incidents, but they are responsible enough to take him home with them to nurse him back to health - the best thing that can happen to Maxwell in the light of things, because he now is a wanted murderer, and Emma is not only a trained nurse, she also soon develops an emotional bond to him and soon is the only thing stable in Maxwell's crazy world. Thing is, Lester is soon possessed by a demon who wants to kill Maxwell. Before long, Emma calls two exorcists, one Christian (Jeff Priskorn), one Jewish (Bryan Stone) for help, but that seems to attract a whole host of demons who want to kill ... well, whoever's in their way. Problem is, Maxwell eventually learns he's possessed by a demon himself, and his only chance to come out of it alive is to form an alliance with Beelzebub. But when was the last time forming an alliance with Beelzebub actually led to a positive outcome? ...


Demon Exorcism: The Devil Inside Maxwell Bastas is a very enjoyable little movie, mainly because of its in the best possible way old-fashioned approach to its story, an approach that invariably favours story over effect, acting over action, and thought over spectacle. And while the film's budget not always lives up to its requirements and several scenes could have been tightened up a bit, for the most part the film works quite well even in today's day and age, even though (or rather because) none of the cast look like underwear models but all manage to breathe life into their roles.

Recommended, actually.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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