American Exorcism premieres on VOD this May from Uncork’d Entertainment!
American Exorcism| Official Trailer
Damon (Michael Filipowich, Longmire) was once possessed by a vicious demonic entity leaving him physically and emotionally damaged but giving him certain powerful abilities. Unfortunately for Damon exorcised demons don’t truly die and they certainly don’t forget.
William McKinney (Blue Like Jazz), Kate Tumanova (Ribbons), Braxton Davis (Samurai Cop 2), Jessica Morris (Sorority Slaughterhouse) and Jennifer Lee Wiggins (I Am Omega) star.
Justin Jones, Scott Carlson, Braxton Davis, Rhett Giles and Zeus Zamani produce.
Directed by: Tripp Weathers
Braxton Davis … Will
Michael Filipowich … Damon
Sicily Fontaine … Young Caroline
Arun Kapoor … Rivera
William McKinney … Padre
Jessica Morris … Janelle
Jhana Parits … Tawny
John Paul Sales … Hooper
Brad Stocker … Dale
Kate Tumanova … Caroline
Jennifer Lee Wiggins… Cy
Luke Wright … Deputy Doug
AMERICAN EXORCISM is a Thriller Films production and will release later this year.
Run Time: 1 hr, 32 min, 38 sec
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: A man is possessed by a demon and it is causing all kinds of trouble in his life. Especially with his wife. She is shown suffering so much.
The man Damon faces a huge loss. For his daughter though he goes on. So ten years later we look in on him.
Damon is a man possessed who exercises demons. His character is weird. He comes across as a closed man.
The movie does drag on in the middle of it. The focus is a party. Some of the special effects look pretty cool. At the party Hooper, a young man is tempted by a young girl.
More explanation was needed about what is inside Damon and why.
There is nudity in topless females. Plus sexual situations so this is a mature movie.
The young girl, Carolyn is possessed as we see while she rips out the young boy’s throat. Carolyn looks so sexy in bed possessed by the demon. The evil in her is clear.
The exorcism that Damon does is different then other movies have shown. It does have a lot of energy in the ritual.
The ending is anti-climatic. Yes, it has a battle but it is over quickly and not all that exciting. The girl Carolyn does make the ending at least a bit thrilling as she starts out on her new life.