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Blu-Ray Review: Riveting ‘The Last Exorcism’ Gets Great HD Release

CHICAGO – Lionsgate may have somewhat poisoned the horror genre by milking every drop of financial blood from the “Saw” franchise but they are still easily one of the best studios out there in terms of Blu-ray product for those who love their movies scary.

Interview: Patrick Fabian Conducts ‘The Last Exorcism’

CHICAGO – His face is inviting, but his intentions are ambiguous and perhaps somewhat devious. That’s precisely the type of character that Patrick Fabian has mastered. He’s lent disarming charisma to a variety of characters, from the self-righteously scheming man of faith in “Big Love” to the flamboyantly sleazy car company executive in “Pushing Daisies.”

Film Review: Riveting ‘The Last Exorcism’ Burns Its Way Under Your Skin

CHICAGO – Working from inspirations as diverse as “The Exorcist” and Lars Von Trier, Daniel Stamm’s “The Last Exorcism” is one of the most interesting and accomplished horror debuts of the last few years. The final act gets a bit predictably messy but the fascinating slow burn of the first two more than makes up for any stumbling near the finish line.

Interview: Daniel Stamm Finds Devilish Inspiration in ‘The Last Exorcism’

CHICAGO – Daniel Stamm makes films that, to quote a character from his first drama, “Play with the boundaries of what is comfortable to document.” His first work was a dark character piece called “A Necessary Death” about a filmmaker’s efforts to film an actual suicide.

Slideshow: 7-Image Gallery For ‘The Last Exorcism’ Starring Ashley Bell

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CHICAGO – This 7-image slideshow contains all of the official press images for the highly anticipated “The Last Exorcism,” starring Patrick Fabian, Ashley Bell, Louis Herthum, and Caleb Landry Jones. The film was written by Huck Botko & Andrew Gurland and directed by Daniel Stamm. It will be released on August 27th, 2010.

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