THE LAST EXORCIST (2020) Reviews and overview

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‘If she fails, all hell breaks loose’

The Last Exorcist is a 2020 American horror feature film about a woman that must battle a demon from her past that has possessed her sister. Unfortunately, every priest trained in exorcisms has already died in a terrorist attack!

Written and directed by Robin Bain (Girl Lost), the Thriller Films-Tip-Top Productions movie stars Danny Trejo (Bullets of Justice; 3 from Hell; American Nightmares; Dead in Tombstone and sequel; et al), Terri Ivens (Coven; Piranhaconda), Rachele Brooke Smith (Nightmare Shark; Cold Moon; Atomic Shark; The Cloth) and Cate Jones (The Jurassic Games; Camp Cold Brook; Hellraiser: Judgment).


The Last Exorcist will be released on DVD and Digital on October 13th 2020 by Uncork’d Entertainment.


The Last Exorcist takes itself perhaps too seriously for its own good and, for me, was an unsuccessful attempt. Its grasp for ground in the supernatural horror subgenre doesn’t quite work, and it’s unfortunately predictable enough to risk leaving viewers bored. Ivens’ performance elevates the film, but one performance alone is rarely enough to warrant a recommendation.” Killer Horror Critic

“While there’s some effort put into a few of the make-up effects, everything else screams low-budget horror movie – especially the score – and even the Danny Trejo cameo, which I’m sure is there to put eyes on the movie, actually makes me think it’s a desperate attempt to make people watch something that has not much else going for it. Exorcism films are rarely originally but this one isn’t entertaining either.” Nerdly

“If the film at least had been shot with some flair it could have been an entertaining mess. But everything feels flat and uninspired. The girl’s mother killing a man in front of them is dull. The guy bursting into flames at the funeral is laughable. Jo in priestly robes having to interrupt her sister’s exorcism for a martial arts battle with a demonic terrorist doesn’t even work on a WTF level.” Voices from the Balcony

Cast and characters:

Danny Trejo … Marco
Rachele Brooke Smith … Jo
Terri Ivens … Maddie
Cate Jones … Possessed Woman
Nicolas Coster … Archbishop Norman
Da Leigh … Dolly
Leah Ann Cevoli … Doctor Dorothy Link
Danny Tracey … Cab Driver
Adam Horner … Daniel
David C Tam … Churchgoer
Ginifer Ree … Blue Collar Patron / Churchgoer
Delores Wheeler … Townsperson
April Warren … Blue Collar Patron / Townsperson
Olivia Reid … Flashback Model
Branden Smith … Luke
Dennis LaValle … Father Peter
Aurora Vela … Young Jo
Debbi Tucker … Elderly Woman in Taxi
Melody Brooke … Sister Catherine
Geoff Barron … Local Man
Edwin A. Santos … News Reporter
Tony Maurice Frazier … Father Andrew
Melanie Brooke Sweeney … Sister Marie
Sierra Renfro … Nun
Angel Vides … Bar Patron
Bobby Emprechtinger … Domenic
C. Royce Collins … Paul
William Sturgeon … Will – The Bar Regular
Donnie Marhefka … Possessed Man
Ashley Underwood … Patricia aka The Mother
Ryan Cole Stratton … Townsperson
Ashlynn Ree … Church Goer
Sophie Kimery … Young Maddie
Jaren Guey … Townsperson
Elizabeth Bean … Vigil Attendant
Nathan Lawrence … Self – Blue collard patron
Elda Muniz … Church Patron / Bar Patron
William C. Bennett … Vigil Attendant
Slim Khezri … Church Goer / Mental Patient (uncredited)
Jonathan Nation … Mental patient (uncredited)

Filming locations:

Tulsa, Oklahoma
Los Angeles, California

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