Director: Andrew Jones
Stars: Lee Bane, Tiffany Ceri, Jeff Raggett
In this terrifying true story, something beyond comprehension is happening to housewife Anna Ecklund. Once a mild mannered churchgoer, she is now prone to bouts of violent rage with a particular anger toward religious imagery. Desperate to find a cure for Anna's disturbing behavior, her husband calls on doctors and psychiatrists to provide a diagnosis. But when no rational explanation can be found, local priest Father Riesinger teams up with Vatican investigator Father Lamont to evaluate the case. Realising that Anna is inhabited by a malevolent entity, the priests take her to a nearby Convent to perform an Exorcism. But all hell breaks loose and a brutal battle between good and evil begins.
Hasn't this movie been made way too many times? Well, at least the story is completely played out. If you are going to make a movie like this, you really have to knock it out of the park. This movie's creators needed to think about before making this movie.
This movie was boring and dull. Like I said, the story is just over played. It is almost dead. This movie did not help the story line. This movie is almost like all of the other exorcism movie that has come out. It added nothing to the genre of movies at all. It was just another on of them made. This one was just one of the worst ones made. The special effects are bad and so is the acting.
This movie did not need to be made at. The only good part of the movie was that some actors made some money. They needed it, since they will not really make starring in movies like this. This is a movie to skip. It is not worth wasting your time with. I watched, so you don't have to.
The Exorcism of Anna Ecklund (2016) Trailer