The Devil Inside (Morgan Kingsley #1) by Jenna BlackPossession. Murder. Mayhem.
Let the games begin...
Exorcism isn’t a job, it’s a calling—and a curse. Just ask Morgan Kingsley, a woman who has a stronger aura than any Demon. Or so she thought. Now, in a pair of black leather pants and a kick-ass tattoo, Morgan is heading back to Philadelphia after a nasty little exorcism—and her life is about to be turned upside down… by the Demon that’s gotten inside her.
Not just any Demon. Six foot five inches of dark, delicious temptation, this one is to die for—that is, if he doesn’t get Morgan killed first. Because while some humans vilify Demons and others idolize them, Morgan’s Demon is leading a war of succession no human has ever imagined. For a woman trying to live a life, and hold on to the almost-perfect man, being possessed by a gorgeous rebel Demon will mean a wild ride of uninhibited thrills, shocking surprises, and pure, unadulterated terror.…
The Devil Inside (2012) - Possession
The scandal-ridden religious establishment is in desperate need of some good PR, and this risible attempt at a horror movie delivers it. If they did endorse or even remotely tolerate this desperate, stupid and tedious entry into the increasingly stale 'found footage' subgenre, then they would have passed the point of no return.
'The Devil Inside' review: Found footage exorcism horror low on ideas
At last, a horror film for disaffected Catholic traditionalists embittered against the Church for post-Vatican II changes; who see the Church itself, not just the larger culture, as compromised by modernism, and impeding orthodox clerics from carrying out true spiritual work. Not, of course, that that particular demographic was clamoring for a horror movie to call their own. Other than Mel Gibson … and E. Lest anyone think that its impressive numbers betoken a previously untapped Lefebvrite horror audience, audiences hated it. Word of mouth has been atrocious, and the film tumbled after opening day.
It is a documentary-style film about a woman who becomes involved in a series of exorcisms during her quest to determine what happened to her mother, a woman who murdered three people as a result of being possessed by a demon. The film topped the US box office on its opening weekend, yet dropped drastically in the second week, before disappearing completely from the box office top ten. On October 30, , Maria Rossi committed a triple murder during an exorcism performed on her. The Catholic Church became involved, and she has since been in a Catholic psychiatric hospital in Rome. A news story and police investigation show the three members of the clergy whom she murdered.
Twenty years ago, Maria Rossi Suzan Crowley brutally murdered three people — two priests and a nun — who were in her home for reasons that are blindingly obvious to everyone except her now-grown daughter Isabella Fernanda Andrade. Maria was exported to a mental institution in Italy, and now, Isabella has decided to visit her with some dude named Michael Ionut Grama — not a typo , inexplicably filming her every move. But confusing accents aside, the big question: Is Maria criminally insane or does she have… The Devil Inside? Subsequent to which, you should brace yourself for, among other things…the Worst. Are her profane tirades and violent impulses the result of abuse by her father Louis Herthum, a sort of hayseed version of Corbin Bernsen , guilt over an accidental pregnancy, your typical teenage bitchiness, or could this be the real McEvil?