The Exorcist: Believer


The Exorcist: Believer arrives in theaters this weekend to follow the events of the previous 1973 and 1977 films. As signs of demonic possession manifest in his daughter Angela and her friend Katherine, single father Victor Fielding is thrust into a series of events that compel him to confront the depths of evil. Filled with fear and desperation, he reaches out to Chris MacNeil, the sole living person who has previously witnessed such phenomena, for guidance and assistance.

What follows is The Good, The Bad, and The Spoilers of The Exorcist: Believer.

The Good

The Exorcist: Believer stands out as a stellar sequel, seamlessly continuing the narrative established by its predecessors. It not only pays homage to the legacy of the earlier films but also introduces fresh elements that elevate the storyline to new heights. As the best kind of horror, it skillfully blends suspense, chilling atmosphere, and well-crafted scares, delivering an immersive experience that will leave audiences on the edge of their seats. I distinctly jumped so much at one scare, I spilled popcorn on myself.

The Bad

The Exorcist: Believer is interesting, but it leaves too many questions hanging, which can be a bit frustrating. It introduces a bunch of mysteries without really giving clear answers, making it feel like there are loose ends that need tying up. This ambiguity might leave you thinking about unresolved stuff even after the movie is over.

My Overall Opinion

I give The Exorcist: Believer a score of 7 out of 10.


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