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In most ways, “The Last Exorcism” is not a typical horror movie. Whether that’s a good thing will be up to you.

The first thirty minutes or so, in fact, are nothing like a horror movie. In documentary style, complete with several interviews, we meet Reverend Cotton Marcus (Patrick Fabian) and his family. Cotton’s father, an evangelical pastor, groomed him since he was a young boy to be a dynamic preacher and healer. Cotton can whip a congregation into a passion with the best of them.

Problem is, he no longer believes.

Click here for full review


One Response

  1. The last exorcism was one of the most disappointing films I’ve seen in a long time.
    For a moment I actually thought it was going to do something interesting… And then it all collapsed miserably!!!!
    Here’s my review of it http://wp.me/p19wJ2-aF.
    Do check out other ones too!
    Take care

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