Exorcist House of Evil

Synopsis: Based on a true story, shot in THE REAL EXORCIST HOUSE, a young woman returns to her old family home, the site of an infamous exorcism and discovers the devil never left. This film was shot in THE REAL EXORCIST HOUSE and during filming captured both audible and visible paranormal activity which has been left in the film giving those who dare to watch a unique look into one of the most infamous homes in America and possibly exposing them to the devil still lurking within.
Director(s): David Trotti
Production: Spiritus Mundi
 
IMDB:
3.5
Year:
2016
93 min
28 Views


- In 1949, catholic

priests of

the jesuit order from the

archdiocese of St. Louis

performed the rites of exorcism

on a young boy possessed by the

devil.

The exorcisms took place in a

house

in a suburban neighborhood

of St. Louis, Missouri.

The case inspired a bestselling

book

and a blockbuster film.

But what happened inside that

house,

and what happened after

has never been told.

Until now.

- Almighty everlasting god,

giver of all good things

and bountiful bestower of all

graces,

we humbly beg you to endow us

with the power of your blessing.

May it also please you to bless,

by the work of the holy spirit,

this stole made ready for your

work.

Kindly let the grace

of your holy mysteries

descend on your servants,

that they may appear holy,

pure, and blameless in your

presence,

and may be aided by your mercy,

through Christ our lord.

- Amen.

- Our help is in the name of the

lord.

- Who made heaven and earth.

- The lord be with you.

- May he also be with you.

Do you hear that?

- Don't listen.

- Remember me, halloran?

- Remember me.

- Halloran.

Halloran!

K driving in your fast car,

looking like a big shot

k boy you gave 'em hell tonight

k but all your trophies

still can't make you smile

k living the express Lane,

sipping on the mundane

k boy you make it look like fun

k but when the music

stops will where you run

k but you're on your way

k you wanted this, you

saved, you're on your way

k I wish you could have stayed

but there was nothing left

k to give or take

k you're in the fast Lane now

and you gave

k hey

k hey

k hey

k hey

k hey

k hey k

- what are you doing here,

Gordon?

- Luke told me you were

coming to get the keys.

- Where's Luke?

- Inside.

I told him I wanted to talk to

you first.

- My mind's made up.

I want the house.

- Well, that's not your decision

to make.

The house belongs to the family

and I've been entrusted

to finally get rid of it.

- The sign says for sale.

I already told you I can get the

loan.

- Money's not the point.

Our family doesn't live here for

a reason.

- Just because it's not good

enough for your family...

- I wouldn't let my family

live in a house that's...

- That's what?

Say it!

Haunted?

- Will you shut up?

Now listen to me.

You just get this crazy

idea about living inside

this house out of your head and

let it go.

Where you going?

- Inside my damn house.

- So, obviously i

haven't touched anything.

I got the water turned on

in case you need to use the

bathroom.

- I'm fine.

And I'm not six anymore.

- Ah, these god damn kids.

- That's what happens when

nobody

lives in a house for 50 years.

- So, I talked to aunt Margaret.

She didn't say anything.

I don't think she knew who i

was.

- She's got Alzheimer's.

What do you expect?

- Yeah.

- What do you wanna do with it?

- What?

All this?

This all goes with the house,

as far as I'm concerned.

- Done.

- No. No.

You don't know when to

give this up, do you?

- Do you have any other offers?

- No, I don't.

- Come on, please.

I want this for my family.

- Come on.

Don't do this.

- Don't do what?

- Gordon doesn't think that we

can

swing the loan by ourselves.

- All I'm saying is it's a big

risk.

You never know what you're gonna

get

with a house that's old like

this.

- Well, I was looking in the

basement.

It's got good bones.

Lights work.

Hey, baby.

How's my sweet potato pie?

- So you like it?

- I love it.

- So do I.

- I guess it's settled.

- I guess so.

So listen, when I was putting

the house on the market,

I asked around about getting it

blessed.

Just in case.

Now lutherans don't do that kind

of thing,

but, I found somebody who does.

- A catholic priest?

Now you're the one that

doesn't know when to let go.

This is my life.

And Luke's.

- I've always looked out for

you,

and I'm not gonna stop now.

I mean, I introduced you to

Luke.

- And not a day goes by

that I don't thank you in my

heart.

But, you have got to stop

acting like my big cousin.

- Okay.

- Luke and I have been

under stress lately,

but I can take care of myself.

- Alright.

- Got it.

There must be a key on here

for every day of the month.

- I'll take those.

And you boys go bust some law

breakers.

- Yes, ma'am.

- Oh, Gordon.

I'm gonna stop by the hospital.

See aunt Margaret.

- Let me know if she remembers

you.

And hey...

About that thing we talked

about.

- Amy?

Margaret wasn't expecting

visitors.

Would you like to go in?

It's okay.

You won't wake her.

She's been sedated.

She had an episode this morning.

- What happened?

- She lacerated her arm.

It happens sometimes with

patients in her condition.

They become agitated and hurt

themselves,

and don't even realize

that they've done it.

It looked like she was

trying to write words.

- What words?

- Oh, nothing to be concerned

about.

She's fine now.

I'll leave you two.

- Aunt Margaret?

Do you know who I am?

Margaret?

- I have no name.

- She didn't even recognize me.

She just flipped out

and shoved some kind of

wooden heart in my hand.

It has blood on it.

- Hey, are you okay?

- Yeah.

I just hate seeing her like

that.

- I don't know why

you went over there anyway.

- I thought maybe I could get

her blessing on the house.

I thought it might make her

happy

to know someone was living in it

again.

But she...

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