by Nick Mason
on March 06, 2014
With all the demon possession movies out there, and with the current
trend of horror being less and less frightening, I went into this movie
with a certain mindset. I wasn't expecting to have the reaction I had
after the credits rolled. One of genuine fear and a disturbed mind.
This piece of work is certainly a forefather of modern horror, and every
copy cat film so far has not been able to capture what this film seems
to have. Nothing like this had ever really been done before, and in
doing so it seems as if they caught a bit of the devil himself on film.
The thought is scary indeed, as there is nothing more frightening than
the source of all things evil.
No matter how desensitized you may be to the horror genre, I promise you
won't leave this film without feeling disturbed. It's an un-natural
film. One that some say should never have been made.