The latest faux-documentary film is 100 percent pure shit. This one depicts a young, uninteresting woman (Fernanda Andrade) making a documentary about her mother, a woman convicted of triple-homicide during a supposed exorcism. This means we get to listen to actresses try to out-profane Linda Blair in The Exorcist. The film, which appears to have been made for something like $20, clocks in at a mere 87 minutes. However, it’s 87 minutes that feel like 10 hours. When I saw it, you could hear the dissatisfaction in the audience. I share in their collective disdain. Hey, 2012 already has a contender for worst movie of the year. Congratulations, assholes!
Director: William Bell
Producer: Matthew Peterman, Morris Paulson, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Steven Schneider, Mark Vahradian and Erik Howsam
Cast: Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth, Suzan Crowley, Ionut Grama, Bonnie Morgan and Brian Johnson