We’ve got two TV shows based on Robert Kirkman’s zombie comic The Walking Dead, and now Kirkman’s exorcism comic Outcast is getting the small screen treatment as well. And if the latest trailer is any indication, it’s going to be a moody ride, punctuated by terrible violence.
A young woman lies on the floor of a candlelit room, screaming and sobbing. Surrounding her in a circle, are other members of her community, her pastor, a few of her friends, girls from her Sunday school choir. They begin chanting and praying, banging on the walls of the building. A teacher from her school approaches…
Wanna make a feature film? Try making your tale as a short that becomes a viral hit first. It's a trend that's gaining traction, and Realm, about a teenage girl who happens to be a demon hunter, is yet another example. Watch the short (it's just over three minutes long) below.
When do you need to tell a prospective buyer your house is haunted? Where do you need a license to practice necromancy or to be reincarnated? And where can you file a lawsuit against a supernatural being? These real-life laws will tell you all that and more.
In 1565, a teenager named Nicole Aubrey began to suffer horrific physical pain, speak in a gravelly voice, and refuse food. Several priests tried to exorcize her, to no avail. Soon, she became so famous that she was given a daily public exorcism, in front of the massive Laon Cathedral, where her "devil" delivered…
The brains behind the Walking Dead comic, Robert Kirkman, has nabbed a new development deal with Fox International Channels. Fox isn't releasing a series title or any details other than the fact that this new show will be about the world of exorcism. But knowing Kirkman, we're just going to assume that this series…
We seriously enjoyed the horror movie The Last Exorcism. The success of that flick has inspired a seque, but we're not sure how we feel about that. The sequel ditches the found footage format and picks up with Nell right after her last possession. With everyone in her family dead and little memory of the last movie,…
Remember Reverend Bob Larson's crack team of Satan-battling ingénues? Well, these holy warriors have gone national with their quest to vanquish evil, one horseback-riding montage at a time.
Norwegian filmmaker Fredrik Horn Akselsen followed honest-to-goodness, Vatican-approved exorcist José Antonio Fortea with a pack of cameras for the documentary The Exorcist of the 21st Century.
We've seen the possessed priest who drowns babies, and the contortions of a devil-inhabited body, from the new found footage horror movie The Devil Inside. Now listen to the many evil voices crammed inside one possessed woman, in this latest new clip. It's a demon party!
Cleanse the long holiday weekend with blood and demon fire! Behold the new trailer from The Devil Inside, a movie about priests drowning babies and possessed ladies! While we're weary of yet another found footage film, we're suckers for a good exorcism. But will it be scary? You decide.
The art of the American movie trailer has been long dead. Hollywood should crib from the playbook of the Nigerian exorcist flick Mass Destruction, which sells the living crap out of a movie that is almost assuredly unwatchable.
It's no real surprise that the producers from The Last Exorcism are keen to make a sequel. The mockumentary grossed $62.5 mil worldwide on a budget of $1.6 mil. But what are they going to call it?
Teenage life is filled with nefarious temptations, such as premarital hand-holding, Mad Dog 20/20, and those burgeoning Juggalo communes which have riddled our nation like so many grease-painted termites, spreading their ongoing smear campaign against ferromagnetism.
In the exorcism thriller The Rite, Anthony Hopkins plays an unconventional priest locked in mortal combat with Satan. But Hopkins, an agnostic, was uncomfortable with his character - he told us how he slipped a doubter's message into the film.
The Last Exorcism, coming out August 27, is the rarest of beasts: a Satanic horror film that feels fresh and really horrifying. Check out a couple of clips that showcase this film's nasty unpredictability.
Don't you hate it when your neighbors keep you up all night, expelling demons with the power of Christ? One smart blogger has not only captured the holy event on video, but posted the perfect follow-up note.