Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Review: Legion: The Final Exorcism

Michael San Chica is an ex-priest. He is also an investigator documenting true events of demonic possession. When Michael comes to the rescue of the newly possessed Tatiana McMurter, daughter of a Baptist minister, he discovers that he has encountered this demon before, a demon he vowed to track down and send back to hell. Because this time it's not business, it's personal. 

I'm a horror-movie fanatic and one thing that really gets to me are movies based on true events.  I started watching Legion: The Final Exorcism and I had to stop it about twenty minutes in.  I just couldn't get into it.  I thought that maybe it was just my mood, so the next day, I tried again but I still couldn't finish it.  There is a bit of a creepy vibe to the movie but I think they over-did it.  I'm not a fan of this movie, but that's just my opinion. 

Disclosure:  I received this product for free.  All opinions are my own.

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1 comment:

  1. The trailer alone is a chore to sit through. If you want to watch a genuinely good horror movie, albeit not based on true events, I'd recommend Let the Right One In or its American counterpart, Let Me In.