Monday, November 2, 2015

Little Shop of Movies Review: The Exorcism of Molly Hartley(Available Now)

There is always a good story to be told and what better than a exorcism.
 William Friedkin  knew this when he brought William Peter Blatty's book The Exorcist, being still to this day the only horror film in the history of film to be nominated for Best Picture at The Academy Awards(The Oscars).

Early on Molly is hearing voices after having a wild night with some friends of drinking and sex , she wakes to them both being murdered in her bathroom.

She is locked up in the local mental hospital for evaluation and after a few curses basically take over the hospital and harm some of the staff , there is hope there can be some help for Molly.

There is some effective camera work and also from the actors to help move this film along. Some of the scenes have been done so much before in so many previous films of the same subject, but all in all I enjoyed this film.

Devil vs God is of course something that is going to happen here and we have a priest that hopes to redeem himself after the church defrokes him  , he comes to help Molly get the evil spirit back to where it belongs--in hell.


Thank you for reading this
Sincerely
Anthony Nadeau


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