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"An excellent day for an exorcism"
  • R
  • 2015
  • 1 hr 31 min
  • 4.5  (6,071)

Exeter, a horror film released in 2015, tells the story of a group of teenagers who break into an abandoned insane asylum to throw a party. The asylum, known as Exeter, has a dark history which includes experiments conducted on patients with various mental illnesses. When one of the teenagers accidentally performs a ritual and unleashes an evil presence, the group must band together to try and survive the night.

Set in a creepy and isolated location, Stephen Lang stars as the former priest who used to run the asylum but has since taken on a new role as caretaker. He begrudgingly allows the teens to enter the premises for their party, but when things start to spiral out of control, he becomes one of the main characters trying to decipher what is happening and how to protect himself and the others.

Kevin Chapman plays the role of a police officer who comes to the asylum after the teenagers call for help. He plays a crucial role in the story, as he starts to piece together the history of the asylum and how it connects to the present events.

Kelly Blatz stars as the protagonist, Patrick, who accidentally performs the ritual that unleashes the evil presence. As the night wears on, he becomes a key player in trying to figure out how to defeat the evil spirit.

The movie takes a classic horror movie trope of teenagers breaking into a creepy location and adds its own unique twist with the history of the asylum and the dark experiments that took place there. The teenagers in the movie are not your typical horror movie fodder, they are well-developed characters with their own personalities and motivations.

The movie is directed by Marcus Nispel, who is best known for directing the 2003 remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. His experience in the horror genre is evident in Exeter which boasts plenty of jump scares and creepy moments.

The tension builds throughout the movie as the evil presence becomes more and more aggressive towards the teenagers. The special effects and makeup used to bring the evil spirit to life are impressive, and add to the overall creepy atmosphere of the movie.

Exeter is not a movie that relies on gore and violence to scare its audience. Instead, it uses suspense and a sense of dread to keep viewers on edge. The soundtrack also plays a big role in the movie, with eerie music adding to the tension and jump scares.

One of the standout scenes in the movie involves an exorcism performed by Stephen Lang's character. The scene is tense and unsettling, with the special effects used to create the possession being particularly impressive.

Exeter is a movie that is equal parts creepy and entertaining. While it may not break any new ground in the horror genre, it is a solid entry that will satisfy horror movie fans. The well-developed characters and unique twist on a classic horror premise make it a movie that is worth watching.

In conclusion, Exeter is a horror movie that tells the story of a group of teenagers who break into an abandoned insane asylum, only to unleash an evil presence. With strong performances from Stephen Lang, Kevin Chapman, and Kelly Blatz, a creepy location, and plenty of jump scares, it is a movie that will satisfy horror movie fans. While it may not be groundbreaking, it is an entertaining movie that is definitely worth watching.

Exeter is a 2015 thriller with a runtime of 1 hour and 31 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.5.

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    1 hr 31 min
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    4.5  (6,071)