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produced by
Naim David, Nick Bowman, William Chaffin (executive), Eric Stary (executive), Leigh Gorman (executive), Dan Gorman (executive) for Few Man Crew Films, Brave Runner Films
directed by William Chaffin
starring Anna Hoots, Jared Noble, Liz Fletcher, Sarah Turner Holland, David Moak, Christopher Rowley, Laila Hameen, Halee Hood, Ian Beckroege, HaRoon Khan, Darby Flynn, Addy Hankins, Wren Wilson, Karen MossNaim David, Nick Bowman
written by William Chaffin, music by Edward Grant, special makeup effects by Ashley Peters

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Elizabeth (Anna Hoots) has only recently graduated from college and has moved back in with her parents (Sarah Turner Holland, Christopher Rowley) for the time being, when she starts having nightmares - which is really not that surprising as she has only recently lost her best friend Victoria (Darby Flynn) to suicide that she thinks was actually murder, and years ago she lost her sister (Wren Wilson), which sent her into a trauma and she was diagnosed with schizophrenia afterwards. Thing is, Elizabeth's dreams become more and more violent, and the persons she dreams of dying die in the real world as well - including her therapist (Laila Hameen) while she had Elizabeth under hypnosis. Now fortunately the investigating detective, Olivia (Liz Fletcher), is also a friend of Elizabeth's and despite all the evidence pointing to the contrary, she doesn't suspect Olivia for a minute, instead gets her in touch with a former priest turned spiritual detective, Matt (Jared Noble) - who believes that Elizabeth is haunted by a demon out to possess her, and a very strong demon at that, so to exorcise him he turns to a fellow priest (David Moak), someone from Elizabeth's past she never expected to see again. But are two priests and a young woman enough to defeat an all powerful demon?


A rather cool demonic possession flick that actually for the longest time works more like a straight thriller than a horror movie, favouring the psychological and the murder mystery motives over the shocks and scares - and thanks to a well-crafted screenplay that gives away its plotpoints only by the by, this method works out rather nicely, too. And a cast that's solid enough to keep things grounded, and a direction that's atmospheric yet mostly subtle help make this a pretty effective genre movie.


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