The Exorcism of Molly Hartley

Synopsis: Molly Hartley is all grown up, but the unholy demon inside her lives on. Six years after graduating high school - and discovering that a secret pact assigned her soul to the devil - Molly is suspected of murder and confined to a mental hospital, where she wreaks supernatural havoc on the staff and patients. Her only hope is an exorcism by a defrocked priest looking to redeem himself and save Molly's life before her hideous "transformation" is complete...but Satan has other plans!
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Steven R. Monroe
Production: WT Canada Productions
  1 nomination.
96 min

Father Barrow?

Father James asks if you're ready.

He needs you now.

Will you bejoining us?

I fear not.

Depart, accursed one.

Depart with all your deceits.

Depart then, transgressor.

Depart, seducer,

full of lies and cunning,

foe of virtue,

persecutor of the innocent.

Give place,

abominable creature.

Give way, you monster.

Give way to Christ,

in whom you found

none of your works.

For he has already stripped you of your

powers and laid waste your kingdom,

bound you prisoner

and plundered your weapons.

He has cast you forth

into the outer darkness,

where everlasting ruin

awaits you and your abettors.

To what purpose do you insolently resist?

To what purpose

do you brazenly refuse?

For you are guilty

before Almighty God,

whose laws

you have transgressed.

You are guilty before his Son,

our Lord Jesus Christ,

whom you presumed to tempt.

You are guilty

before the whole human race,

to whom you proffered by your

enticements the poison cup of death.


Is the cochan prepared?

Expulsion is near.

Therefore, I adjure you,

profligate dragon,

in the name

of the spotless Lamb,

who has trodden down the asp

and the basilisk...

and overcome the lion

and the dragon,

to depart from this woman

and her unborn child,

to depart

from the church of God.

And when he had cast you out,

you did not even dare,

except by his leave,

to enter into a herd of swine.

And now, as I adjure you

in his name,

begone from this woman and her unborn


Please help me.

Help me. Save me.

My baby. Let me go.

Depart then, impious one-

My baby. Let me go. Please.

Do what you know is right.

For my baby.

Everything's gonna be okay.

Trust me.

- - Father, please.

The baby is coming.

Help me. Please.

Do whafs right!

Yes. Yes.

...give place to the Lord Jesus Christ,

who shed his most precious blood for man.

She's going into labor. We have

to help her.

...from whose sight

nothing is hidden.

It is he who repels you,

to whose might all things are subject.

Please, Father. Help me.

Please. Do whafs right.

Please, Father.

What are you doing, Father?

Father, you will always be

a fool for the flesh!


What have you done?

MY wife. My baby.

Good evening, Father.

Evening to you, Elliott.

[ Woman On

PA j Lights out in 75 minutes.

I'm Henry Davies.

I'm the chaplain

at Clovesdale.

And my attorney tells me

you're the guy to thank...

for being transferred here

instead of prison.

It was nothing. I play basketball

with the attorney general.

I convinced him that you'd be..

best in a Catholic-run institution.

Besides, it was you who had to accept

the plea of insanity to make this work.


I received official notice

from the Vatican, and, uh,

I've been instructed

to pass it over to you.

You've been dismissed

from your clerical state.

By papal decree,

no less.

"From this moment forth,

you are expressly forbidden

from exercising ministerial functions. "



I did all I could.

So I'm no longer a priest.

You understand the decree

that's been handed down to you?

Yes, I do.

Very well.

May God watch over your soul,

John Barrow.

John, I'm going to be

retiring soon.

Until I do, I'm gonna be saying mass

every day in the chapel at 8:00 AM.

You're welcome

to join us.

Thank you.

Party hearty!

Luckiest girl

in the whole wide world, right?

Cheers. Happy birthday!


Oh, my God.

You guys, six years ago,

I never would have thought...

that I would be here,

doing this on my birthday.

Thank you so much.

The youngest woman

to make partner...

deserves to let loose

on her 24th birthday.

Nobody anywhere has ever

made partner below 30.

Do you know how fortunate

you are right now?

You would not have said that

if you knew me in high school.

- Right?

- Yeah.

You're the best.


Hey! Lydia!


Molly, meet Lydia.

Lydia, Molly.


It is Molly's birthday, and get

this- She just made partner.

- Happy birthday, Molly. it's really

nice to meet you. - Thank you.

- it's getting late.

Let's go home. - Okay. Here.

Have a shot.

So are you always

this much fun?

You have no idea.

Come here.

Oh. No, no, no, no, no.

Hey! Jerk!

Lei us in!

Hey! Open the door!

Come on.

Let's dance.

All right.

All right, all right, all right!

Happy 24th.

'Scuse us. 'Scuse us.


Molly! Molly!

- Maybe you should go home.

- Oh, that's a good idea.

You guys wanna come home?


Oh, yeah.

Molly! Molly!

Let's go.

Molly, we're leaving!

- Molly!

- Forget it. Come on. Let's go.

[ Laughing 1

Oh, snap.

It's not bad.

Come here.


[ Laughs 1

Come here.


Go to the bed.

That's lovely.

Say, "Happy birthday. "

Happy birthday.

Say it again.

Happy birthday.

Okay. Enough.

Go to the bed.

You gonna join us,

or what?


Just a second.

- Ms. Hartley?

- Yeah.

We got a lot of complaints about noise

from your neighbors early this morning.

You having a party?

Oh, no. I was celebrating my birthday.

You mind if we come in

and take a look around?

No. No. Come on in.

We've also had complaints...

about shouting and yelling

coming from your apartment.

Sorry, Officer.

You okay?

Y- Yeah. I'm fine.

I'm a little bit hungover,

but yeah.

Okay. Well, please stay here

while I look around. All right?

Yes, ma'am.




IQOt two!

We have a double 187. One male, early 30s.

One female, late 20s.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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