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Why Exorcism Movies Have to Try Harder to Be Different - Possession Movies - The infamous exorcism movie directed by William Friedkin and written by William Peter Blatty.

Why Possession Films Have to Try Harder to be Different

As much as slashers get criticized for being so simple and formulaic, they are usually different enough for fans to be able to watch one after another. The Prowler, April Fool’s Day and Sleepaway Camp...

The movie exorcismus directed by Manuel Carballo.

Exorcismus- Devil Delving

[soliloquy id=”3375″] Directed by Spanish director Manuel Carballo and written by David Munoz, Exorcismus is a good effort at the possession genre, which I personally enjoyed. Exorcismus s...

The movie poster for the film The Shrine directed by Jon Knautz.

The Shrine is Better than You’ve Heard

Another great exorcism movie that I can’t believe I forgot to add to my possession picks but I do have one major flaw with it; the exorcism and other key points of the film are spoken in Polish and it...

Why Exorcism Movies Have to Try Harder to Be Different - Possession Movies - The infamous exorcism movie directed by William Friedkin and written by William Peter Blatty.

Creepy Horror Kids – The Scary Girls

Children can be frightening at the best of times – they’re loud, filthy and hyper from overdosing on sugar. These scary kids from horror movies are both the reasons why we watch them, and ...