‘Based on the terrifying true story’
The Exorcists is a 2023 American horror film about a father who hires three expert exorcists to get rid of the demon possessing his child.
Written and directed by Jose Prendes (Headless Horseman; The Haunting of Whaley House; Unspeakable Horrors: The Plan 9 Conspiracy; Blood Brothers; Corpses Are Forever; The Monster Man). Produced by Paul Bales and David Michael Latt. Executive produced by David Rimawi.
The Asylum movie stars Doug Bradley (Thorns; The Barn Part II; Hellraiser franchise), Kate Hodge, Denice Duff, Kayla Fields, Robert Donavan, Katie Silverman, Luke Speakman, Shannon Bengston, Emma Reinagel, Gabriel Pranter, Jennalyn Ponraj, Victor Maraña and Hunter Benjamin.
When his young girl is possessed by an unrelenting evil, a desperate father hires three expert exorcists to purge the demon and save his daughter and family from the horror they are enduring. But this demon proves to be merely the gatekeeper to a true hellion that will be unleashed on Earth if the trio of exorcists fail…
“With a bit more effort and something resembling a budget, The Exorcists could have been an enjoyable time killer. All the elements were there, but they’re buried in a sea of bad dialogue and trite possession tropes. When what is going on finally gets revealed I thought the film would at least end on an exciting note, but it just limps along to an ending that’ll have you rolling your eyes.” ★ Voices from the Balcony
In the US, The Exorcists was released theatrically in the following locations and on digital on September 29, 2023. The Exorcists will be shown in the following cities from September 29 to October 5, 2023.
Laemmle Monica – Los Angeles, CA
Hickory Ridge Cinemas – Cleveland, OH
Trylon Cinema – Minneapolis, MN
O Cinema South Beach – Miami, FL
Aurora Cineplex – Atlanta, GA
Original source: Bloody Disgusting