The Vatican Exorcisms

The Vatican Exorcisms

Documentary following US film-maker Joe Marino as he heads to Italy to investigate exorcisms and the truth behind rumors of demonic possession.

The Vatican Exorcisms was shot by Joe Marino, an American film-maker who went to Italy to shed light on the phenomenon of exorcisms. Accompanied by Padre Luigi, a true exorcist, Joe travels... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Justbe R (es) wrote: 1/2 a star for the funny muslim woman. I spent an hour and 38 minutes looking for the comedy in this movie.

Brooke B (ag) wrote: just happened upon this on the on demand! and what a treasure! Fantastic..cast/film/etc...

Mark D (es) wrote: I really enjoyed it. It was an excellent film. There wasn't quite as much action that I would of liked in the end but it was still giod

Greg W (ag) wrote: well crafted thriller that i have on VHS the only home format this has been released on-so far

Kylie B (br) wrote: I had been putting off watching this for quite a while, as I often find it difficult to enjoy vintage horror films for various reasons. But I finally got around to it, and my initial vibe was pretty much justified. The costumes are nice and interesting, especially that of the witch Lavinia, but overall the story is very average. There are some effective elements, and a few self-aware moments, but they aren't as well handled as they could've been, and the characterisation and dialogue is pretty weak. The psychedelic effects vary in effectiveness, and the witch room 'dreams' are rather striking if not frightening. Overall the film is a bit dull and rather dated, but it's worth a look for the vintage horror fans, especially for the twin casting of Christopher Lee and Boris Karloff.

logan w (nl) wrote: another great movies people have to see it one of my favorite movies of all time

Kyle M (br) wrote: This comedy was the reason why I'd started watching the Madea films becasue I was expecting them to be comedies, not including dramas and romances. This best Madea film yet shows the right formula I was expecting from those films, and it's also barely more hilarious than the previous film. (B+)(Full review coming soon)

Jeffrow R (es) wrote: This movie is hard to follow and at most mildly entertaining.