I’m not a huge fan of Lucy Liu and she’s one of the leading ladies in this upcoming movie, but I am a HUGE fan of both Eli Roth, who wrote and produced this, and Tarantino, who lent his name to the movie – “presented by”.
Some of the action/fighting scenes in the trailer remind me of Kill Bill, which is cool because I liked both of Tarantino’s KB films.
And honestly? Check out the trailer. Who cares it’s Liu, visually, this movie is orgasm-inducing. *drools and watches trailer again*
Scheduled for release on November 2. Uhm, yes, please! o.O
I’ve been wanting to see this movie since it came out in 2010, but either didn’t have the time or I forgot about it entirely (shame on me, I know). I am nothing if not a huge fan of Eli Roth’s work, be it as director, producer or actor. Say what you will, but his twisted, gory movies are good.
Having seen Cabin Fever, Hostel and it’s sequel, when I heard Roth was producing this I instantly thought of a gorefest/brutal horror movie. My, how wrong I was.
The Last Exorcism tells the story of minister Cotton Marcus (Patrick Fabian), a man who lost his faith in God. He routinely performs fake exorcisms on “possessed” people, operating on a simple belief: if said people think they need an exorcism, then he will act accordingly and eventually help them get better. After reading the story of a young boy who died during such an exorcism, he comes to realize the dangers the practice possesses. He agrees to have one last exorcism filmed as a documentary so he can expose it as nothing more than a fraud. Working with producer Iris Reisen (Iris Bahr) and cameraman Daniel Moskowitz (Adam Grimes), he heads for Louisiana where he’s supposed to exorcise Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell), a 16-year-old girl. Continue reading