The Devil Inside

The Devil Inside


No Soul Is Safe

American horror faux-documentary, set in Italy, following a woman that attends numerous underground exorcisms with documentarians.... More

20 years after Maria (Suzan Crowley) confessed to 911 respondents that she murdered three people, her daughter Isabella (Fernanda Andrade) travels to the Centrino Hospital for the Criminally Insane in order to investigate the incident further. With the aid of two exorcists, she attempts to cure her mother using unconventional methods and confronting the demons that possess her.

The film stretches the obscure found-footage horror possession exorcism genre, alongside The Last Exorcism and the popular [REC] series.Hide

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  • Hilariously convoluted. Full Review

  • This demon pic amps up the blurry shots and loud booming screams to signify well, not much. Full Review

  • Even with The Exorcist in the world, there is still scope for a contemporary, shocking and thrilling film to be made on the subject of possession. But this is not it: some found footage should really just stay lost. Full Review

  • This religio-horror effort does contain some nice scares. Full Review

  • Proves as scary and unsettling as a slab of devil's food cake - only considerably less satisfying. Full Review

  • Tired faux documentary 'footage' and poorly executed exorcism scenes are just a few of the problems The Devil Inside can't shake. Full Review

  • From the amateur acting, writing and directing to an ending that is shocking only in its stupidity, The Devil Inside will make you puke for all the wrong reasons. It sure as hell won't be terror. Full Review

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