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Blackwater Valley Exorcism (2006)

Emotionally disturbed Isabelle is locked in a fierce battle with a vicious demon that's hell-bent on owning her soul. Desperate to bring her back from the tangle of evil, her family calls ... See full summary »

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Ethan Wiley

Writer:

Ellary Eddy
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Complete credited cast:
Cameron Daddo ... Jacob
Kristin Erickson ... Isabelle
James Russo ... The Bishop
Jeffrey Combs ... The Sheriff
Randy Colton ... Eli
Madison Taylor Madison Taylor ... Claire
Don O. Knowlton ... McCall
Leslie Fleming-Mitchell ... Blanche
Paul Kapellas Paul Kapellas ... Luke
Del Zamora ... Miguel
Iris Stobbelaar Iris Stobbelaar ... Demon Girl
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Emotionally disturbed Isabelle is locked in a fierce battle with a vicious demon that's hell-bent on owning her soul. Desperate to bring her back from the tangle of evil, her family calls on Jacob, the troubled local priest, to perform an exorcism. In a race against time and terror, he must wrestle his own dark demons before he can save Isabelle. But she isn't the only one who needs saving... Written by Anonymous

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There is no escape when the Devil is inside you

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Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and sexual content
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El exorcismo de Isabella See more »

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Budget:

$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Color
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D-List Demon
28 October 2006 | by katskhanSee all my reviews

Blackwater Valley Exorcism is a movie about a possessed young girl. Do I need to describe any more of the plot to you? The Exorcist and The Exorcism of Emily Rose are two terrific terrifying movies. Classics (IMO). Blackwater Valley Exorcism (BVE) is not. Not by a long shot. It's certainly not as terrible as a low budget copy of The Exorcist could have been. From start to finish it has the feel of a "made for Sci-Fi channel" production. It's one of those movies that will probably be spoofed and ridiculed on Mystery Science Theater 3000 (or a similar show).

The make up and effects were absolutely laughable. The acting was horrendously bad. There was not a single performance that didn't lead to me rolling my eyes or giggling. Oh, except maybe for Jeffery (Re-Animator) Combs as the sheriff. The script wasn't THAT terrible but it certainly wasn't anything special.

It seems like through most of the movie everyone is more focused on who is sleeping with who than they are with the demon possessed girl in the other room. Oh, there was something I learned from this movie. Apparently if your teenage daughter is possessed by a demon then all you have to do is lock them in the room. C'mon. And if your daughter is possessed don't worry too much because all it does it make them talk in funny voices, eat rabbits, try to stare you down, and put fog machines in their bed. Other than that there is nothing to worry about. Apparently she was possessed with a low budget D-List demon.

There was none of the ghastly deeds done by A-List demons like crucifix intercourse, painful body distortions, or even projectile vomiting.

Totally laughable movie. Not worth even a discount rental.

2 out of 10.


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