The 2016 film, The Exorcist returns to theaters this Thanksgiving, and it’s far from a cliche of the genre. It has been praised for its realistic portrayal of demonic possession – one that is more rooted in science than religion. If you haven’t seen the movie yet or are looking for something atypical to watch with your family over Turkey Day, here are some alternatives.
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The Last Rite marks the directorial debut of wrestler and actor Leroy Kincaide, and the official trailer has been published. The exorcism film, which will be released on November 26 by Samuel Goldwyn Films, is based on genuine events and had its global debut at Arrow Video FrightFest 2021. Below is a trailer for the film.
Bethan Waller (Red Bird), Johnny Fleming (Soho), Kit Smith (Echoes), Tara Hoyos-Martinez (Trust), Ian Macnaughton (Monty Python’s Flying Circus), David Kerr (The Crown), Deborah Blake (The Crown) feature in The Last Rite (Billionaire Boy). The script was written and directed by Leroy Kincaide. Kincaide also shared some information with Chloe Chudasama.
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According to the description, “Lucy, a sleep paralysis survivor and study from home medical student, moves in with her lover and discovers that not all is as it appears as she falls prey to a demonic entity hell-bent on tearing her apart from inside. Lucy has no choice but to seek aid from a local priest, Father Roberts, who is torn between rationality and the unknown. With time running out and the evil force eating her from inside, Father Roberts must choose between doing the right thing and involving the church, or helping Lucy by performing his own exorcism against the church’s wishes.”
“I’m thrilled and honored that my first feature picture has found a home with the legendary Samuel Goldwyn Films,” adds the filmmaker. “After all the effort, sweat, and tears that have gone into making The Last Rite a reality, it feels amazing to know that my supernatural horror story will soon be available to an American audience.”
Leroy Kincaide, a former professional wrestler in the United Kingdom who won championship gold, has subsequently shifted his concentration to working on both sides of the camera. He’s directed a few short films, including the video game adaptation Max Payne: Retribution, but The Last Rite marks his feature directing debut. He has parts in the forthcoming films We Are Soldier, Wolves of War, and Back 2 Back, as well as the Amazon series Jack Ryan.
“My ideas for The Last Rite came from a few areas,” Kincaide told Starburst Magazine. “Some of my major pulls on the novel were my own real life experiences with sleep paralysis and unexplained phenomena.” “My own experiences were not only significant, but I was also greatly affected by real-life supernatural incidents. Many hours of study and investigation led me down a very intriguing and dark route, one that convinced me that as much as we exist in this world, there are forces we don’t comprehend, and that when we stare into the emptiness of darkness, the darkness occasionally looks back at us.”
“With such a strong life experience on things, it simply made total sense to direct a ‘inspired by actual events’ tale in an area that I not only love but also have some experience with… and so, The Last Rite was created,” he said.
On November 26, 2021, The Last Rite will be published. Samuel Goldwyn Films is the source of this information.
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