An effective and original horror effort that makes good use of its mockumentary gimmick. Though the "found footage" horror subgenre is really getting old, this one gets it right, with smart writing and strong performances from an excellent cast. A pleasant surprise, and it's good to see a deserving low-budget film get a measure of commercial success.
Best advertisement for Doc Martens I've ever seen! This movie had such a fantastic beginning, really hilarious. It trailed into predictable territory, throws a twist at the audience and then...ends up making absolutely no sense. There's too much going on in the end, it's practically incoherent. This could have been a very smart movie, but in an attempt to become something unexpected it ends up crashing and burning.
Piece well executed horror, documentary style. No abuse situations or effects making it more real. The performances are very well led by little known actors. Definitely a film that stands out in the horror genre.
nice the best horror i've seen so far this year, last exorcism adopts many things from previous camerashaking movies, but remains highly satisfying due to a funny plot twist, brilliant details as boots for instance and it feels very confident; with this debut stamm achieved his inicial goals i guess, however i still lament that last year's house of the devil misfired with such talented cast and original 80s concept
Ugh, not happy. It felt like The Last Exorcism was constructed entirely of minor plot twists that really weren't exciting. The whole thing was rather slow and uneventful. I'm a sucker for found footage films, and I don't understand the decision to utilize that style while incorporating some music/sound effects. I wish I listened to the other reviews.