It was just last week that the first trailer for the upcoming sequel The Last Exorcism Part II arrived online, and already another trailer has sneaked out.
The previous trailer concentrated on revealing the sequel's story, which picks up after the events of 2010's The Last Exorcism and follows Louisiana farm girl Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell) as she is sent to a halfway house in New Orleans after being found alone in the woods. Set to a haunting rendition of "Amazing Grace," the latest trailer concentrates almost solely on the latest exorcism performed on Nell. "She has to make a choice to resist or to give in to all the temptations presented by the Devil, and it's a tremendous battle both psychologically, physically," Bell recently told Yahoo! Movies. "The Devil's temptations are everywhere."choosing only the best trailers
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"I found you."
How can a movie with the word "last" in the title get a sequel? When it earns $67 million worldwide on a $1.8 million budget, it's suddenly the first chapter in a longer story! Such is the case for 2010's The Last Exorcism, a movie which received mostly good reviews as it followed an evangelical preacher (Patrick Fabian) and his documentary crew as they attempted to reveal that the exorcism of a Louisiana farm girl named Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell) was a scam. Only it wasn't the "last."
In The Last Exorcism Part II, gone is the found-footage, fake documentary style of the movie, which instead returns to the more traditional narrative storytelling as Nell is found as the lone survivor of her family and brought to a halfway house in New Orleans for a chance at a new life. However, the pesky demon that inhabited Nell doesn't seem to mind traveling to the Big Easy.possessing the greatest trailers
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More like The Second to Last Exorcism.
Those that saw The Last Exorcism, Lionsgate's 2010 faux-documentary horror movie, know that the ending didn't easily set up for a sequel, but earning $67 million worldwide on a budget of $1.8 million was too much of an incentive for Lionsgate, who announced that screenwriter Damien Chazelle (Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench) would write the sequel last August (Andrew Gurland and Huck Botko (The Virginity Hit) wrote the original). The studio clearly liked what Chazelle wrote since the latest announcement includes a director. who will direct? >> Posted 01.23.12 by Ryan
Lionsgate is trying to get the word out about their upcoming horror movie The Last Exorcism which follows an expert "exorcist" (Patrick Fabian) whose faith is tested when he brings a camera crew to document a ritual with a possessed girl (Ashley Bell). The latest TV spots highlight two items that the marketing department seems to think will draw in viewers. One is the involvement of Eli Roth as a producer, while the other spot focuses on the excellent reviews the movie seems to be getting online. Both spots take advantage of the creepy contortions Bell's body can produce. See the two spots >> Posted 08.19.10 by Ryan
With the movie's release just a few weeks away, Lionsgate is getting the word out about The Last Exorcism, the Eli Roth-produced, Daniel Stamm-directed horror movie that opens August 27. The movie follows Patrick Fabian as a renowned exorcism "expert" who is ready to show the truth behind the "exorcism" business and brings a documentary crew to expose the final ritual of Nell Sweetzer, a supposedly possessed young girl. Dread Central debuted the latest poster, which depicts Nell (Ashley Bell) performing a creepy repose near the room's ceiling. Roth told Fox news that Bell's performance is one of the keys to the movie's realistic scares.
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We wanted our exorcism to feel raw, real, and fresh, like you are truly in the room with someone who could be possessed. We didn't use any makeup, CGI, or special effects in [Bell's] scenes, it’s all her doing everything you see, down to the bulging veins on her neck and the back bends.
Ashley Bell may be a relative newcomer, but it sounds as if her role in the upcoming The Last Exorcism could prove to be a breakout performance. Bell plays Nell Sweetzer, a young woman who may or may not be possessed. Reverend Cotton (Patrick Fabian), a renowned exorcism "expert," brings a documentary crew to the Sweetzer farm for one final ritual. Fabian has praised Bell's performance, remarking last month that he was "seriously creeped out" by her portrayal. Bell told ShockTillYouDrop that she was drawn to the "complex character" of Nell and began to research the role before she was even cast. find out how Bell researched her role >> Posted 08.03.10 by Ryan
Fans of HBO's Big Love know Patrick Fabian, but his face is sure to become more familiar after the highly anticipated horror movie The Last Exorcism opens in theaters next month. Shot like a documentary, the movie puts Fabian in the role of Reverend Cotton Marcus, whose faith is tested when he and a camera crew venture into a rural town to perform an exorcism on a young girl (Ashley Bell). more from Fabian on this "creep-fest" >> Posted 07.16.10 by Ryan
Horror fans are in for a treat this summer. The Last Exorcism, blends a horror classic like The Exorcist with the current trend of subjective-camera horror movies like Paranormal Activity and [Rec].
The Eli Roth- produced movie follows a minister (Patrick Fabian) who brings a camera crew along to record his last exorcism of a young girl (Ashley Bell) living in rural Louisiana. German newcomer Daniel Stamm directs. Posted 05.26.10 by Ryan