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The Devil Inside 2012 R CC

1989: Responders received a 9-1-1 call from Maria Rossi, confessing to three brutal murders. The courts found her insane, but something else found her first - four powerful demons. Now, her daughter Isabella must face pure evil or forsake her soul!

Starring:
Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman
Runtime:
1 hour, 23 minutes

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Genres Horror
Director William Brent Bell
Starring Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman
Supporting actors Evan Helmuth, Ionut Grama, Suzan Crowley, Bonnie Morgan, Brian Johnson, Jeff Victoroff, Pamela Davis, John Prosky, Claudiu Istodor, Toma Danila, Claudiu Trandafir, Maria Junghetu, Ilinca Harnut, Corneliu Ulici, Andrei Aradits, Sorin Cocis, Lelia Goldoni, Suzanne Freeman
Studio Paramount
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By B. Stasiak on April 7, 2012
Format: DVD
I'm honestly shocked too see so many bad reviews. This movie was clever, disturbing, original, convincing and well-acted. There was nothing pedestrian about it, and it seems most people who dislike it tend to like the average, predictable films there are too many of. Many, not all seem to enjoy these. I for one love scary movies but hate gore, and hate predictable, disposable movies with a passion. I typically agree with the audience when there's a massive number of thumbs-down, but in this particular case, I completely disagree. Someone even said it was "boring". I wasn't bored for a second, so I have no idea what they're talking about, but I guess if you don't like movies about exorcisms or hauntings, you'll dislike this as well, obviously. As far as exorcism films go, it's one of the better I've seen.
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We all need to get over ourselves...this was one hell of a suspenseful film. I liked it. This movie was captivating from the beginning. Starting with the real news cast and 911 call supposedly made by Marie Rossi was a brilliant way of bringing in the plot and story line right off the bat.
(More research I did on this Maria Rossi showed it was all creative fiction, but based on a real UK murderer of the same name) The pseudo documentary style is hard to pull off if your a director and producer, and they did a great job of putting it together seamlessly as to not draw too much attention to the camera.
Story: became very fresh when Isabella has to confront her mother, the twists in the writing was very clever, such as the exorcist priest invoking the evil spirit upon himself and hurting a baby at a baptism, as the cops get involved.
Plot: Is rather original, a girl wants to find and meet her long lost demon possessed mother who supposedly killed people.
Acting: lead girl was great, very well played a part of a lonely girl in Rome. The Priests both were very good actors, and believable.
Role players: such as the camera man, did act a bit and had to do little to convince the viewer of much emotion. I'd say the real actor is the possessed mother, wow, very hard to pull off all that intense rage...
Direction: if anything the direction was seamless, and the exorcisms were very realistic and quite frightening; the smutty talk in another language made it sickening and the blood splattered and sprayed.
Production and effects, looked to be as professional as the paramount name suggests, this is not a B rated film, it had a low budget, but you as the viewer never once noticed it that way.
I believed in the exorcists and put this at the top of these types films here on Amazon...
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The Devil Inside opens with footage of a 1989 news story about an eerie 9-1-1 call made by Maria Rossi (played by Suzan Crowley) where she calmly confesses to brutally murdering three people. Twenty years later, her daughter Isabella is filming a documentary about exorcism in an attempt to understand the truth about what happened to her mother, and she travels to the Centrino Hospital for the Criminally Insane in Italy where her mother is a patient. Along the way, Isabella stops by a school in Rome and recruits two young priests to assist her in determining whether her mother is just mentally ill or demonically possessed. When the group attempts to treat Isabella's mom using unconventional methods combining both medicine and religion, they come face-to-face with four sinister demons who have possessed Maria, and one of them may even be the Devil itself.

This film opened very strong at the box office but dropped drastically in its second week, likely due to extremely negative (and in my opinion somewhat undeserved) reviews. I saw this film on opening night and I could tell that the sold out theater did not enjoy this movie. People may have even booed at the end. However, even though I didn't absolutely love this movie and it *completely* falls off the rails in its final minutes, there are a few things to really like about this movie. Even other horror film directors like Ti West are bashing The Devil Inside in interviews (even though Mr.
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What's a poor girl to do when her mother is in a loony bin brought on by so called demons? Is there truth behind what's going on here or is it just mental madness? And will it latch on to the daughter? Only she can find the real truth. So along with a novice exorcist, they set out to discover the real truth. A truth that may be too scary to face but they may have gone too far to turn back.
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In order to fully understand this movie from the point of view of its creation you must superimpose the events of the movie over day to day reality on earth. However your understanding of day to day events of this nature must also be broad sweeping over the last decade from country to country. Without this global, historical background the movie will only appear to be jumbled nonsense. In other words the movie is not for the average mind seeking emotional sensation from pure visual entertainment. For this reason the phrase "connect the cuts" (dots) has a much deeper meaning.
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