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Anneliese: The Exorcist Tapes

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The shocking account of history's most infamous case of demonic possession, compiled from the actual videotape and film recordings from over 76 exorcisms.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: The Asylum Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 1, 2011
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004FVWUZS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,082 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 27, 2011
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I come here not to bury The Asylum, but to praise them -they alone have the courage to fail as completely and spectacularly as they did in the making of Anneliese: The Exorcist Tapes. No other film company would dare release such drivel as this, but The Asylum continues to prove that no standard is too low, no ethical line in the sand too precarious to cross when it comes to their production of low-budget rip-offs of other studio's films. In their world, sacred cows exist only to be milked for all they are worth. Sometimes their wild swings result in home runs (Paranormal Entity, Mega Piranha), but more often than not they strike out looking. As strange as it sounds, I have to admire them for this because The Asylum's commitment to failure is complete and unprecedented. How can you not love a company that will do absolutely anything for the chance of making a few dollars?

Anneliese: The Exorcist Tapes is probably the blackest sheep in The Asylum's growing flock of black sheep. It's one thing to make a film this bad; it's something else entirely to try and pass it off as the actual tapes of the infamous exorcism of Anneliese Michel. Sure, these fake "actual film" movies are all the rage right now, but who exploits the genre in such a brash and obnoxious way? This thing was supposedly "discovered" by one of The Asylum's own. Here is the summary of this film ("discovered" by one of The Asylum's own B-list actors) as it appears on The Asylum's web site: "The shocking account of history's most infamous case of demonic possession, compiled from the actual videotape and film recordings from over 76 exorcisms." This is, of course, a bald-faced lie. The Asylum's marketing guys must have graduated from some school for politicians to be able to lie at such an advanced level.
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I was hoping to see a faithful retelling of the story of Annelise. Instead the only thing faithful is the actual audio clips of her suffering. You get very two dimensional acting here. The girl playing Annelise does do a decent job but everybody else feels like the are just reading line they have just memorized. Even as a found footage it falls flat because it feel acted. The best part about found footage stuff is that it is not suppose to feel acted. Its supposed to feel real. This does not feel real. It feels cheap.
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This claims to be the actual tapes from the 70's exorcism case that THE EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE is based on. Less than a minute into it, you'll figure out that's not true. This is just another cheap-o Asylum release cashing in on it's resemblance to a better film.
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By polaroid seeker on September 27, 2012
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I think this movie is ok but not great. This tape is NOT an actual. I asked someone on the link about Anneliese killed four people. She from link said the hollywood is BS and making up the story for money. And Anneliese never killed anyone. I thanked her. So, I gave this three stars.
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Imagine if the film "The Exorcist" had been made in Germany with a hand held camera, an old vibrating bed, and a boat load of quarters. That is pretty much what you got. Anneliese (Nikki Muller) spends most of the film in bed speaking in Satanic German and having the expected minor telekinetic powers as special effects may allow. These scenes are filled in with boring interviews telling about the oddity of this case.

Some of the film is in black and white and at other times varying degrees of color.

I did have a good laugh about 6-7 minutes from the end.

Sexual references and nudity (Nikki Muller).
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This was false advertising. They want you to believe you are watching the real thing which is so laughable except that they now have my money. The original incident took place in 1974 and this is clearly NOT 1974 footage. I also know this because I am very familiar with he story of Annelids and any google search will show you that the actors are CLEARLY not the real people. This is junk for me. I couldn't make myself watch all the way through so I do not know how accurately it tells her story. But why they try to sell it as the real footage is beyond me. Go on YouTube and listen to the real audio recording there during the exorcisms. Now that is the real thing.
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First, a question: why isn't it possible to assign 0 stars to something that is, at best, worthless? Better yet, a rating signifying that wasting time on a particular work will actually reduce your quality of life?

Substantial portions of the exorcism of Anneliese Michel were recorded and remain objects of study today, intellectually fascinating regardless of your thoughts as to the nature of her affliction. They are also very difficult listening to anyone with a pulse, not because of the horrific possibilities of what you're hearing, but simply because you are hearing a girl being tortured by something that triumphed over faith, science and her life.

Not one second of those tapes is represented in this shameless effort to capitalize on those infamous agonies. She was treated by a host of well meaning individuals. However, begged by Anneliese to continue, the priests stumbled along at a time (the 1970s) when understanding of the Rite was at its lowest ebb and the European Church wanted nothing to do with it; we have since learned the bishops had more mundane matters on their mind and little energy to expend in matters other than covering up the "works" of priests of a wholly different sort while trying to dilute 2000 years of Catholic ritual and tradition into something utilizing a third grade vocabulary with tunes more amenable to the use of modern dance and ukeleles. The psychiatrists working her case had no greater guidance from their "wonder drug of the year" suppliers and swung wildly from one new and unproven drug cocktail to another. Her physicians were simultaneously stumped by her symptoms and shut out of the process of trying to sustain her body by her own wishes, expressed during lucid periods.
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