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The Last Exorcism

Promotional film poster
Directed by Daniel Stamm
Produced by Marc Abraham
Thomas A. Bliss
Eli Roth
Eric Newman
Written by Huck Botko
Andrew Gurland
Starring Patrick Fabian
Iris Bahr
Louis Herthum
Music by Nathan Barr
Cinematography Zoltan Honti
Editing by Daniel Stamm
Studio StudioCanal
Louisiana Media Productions
Strike Entertainment
Distributed by Lionsgate
Release date(s) 25 January 2010 (2010-01-25)
Country USA
Language English

The Last Exorcism is a 2010 faux-exorcism documentary horror film directed by Daniel Stamm and written from Andrew Gurland and Huck Botko.[1] It stars Patrick Fabian, Iris Bahr and Louis Herthum.[2]

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Synopsis

The film told from a Protestant priest, who turns her back on his religion and practices as part of a documentary the last exorcism. He who believes in God, must also accept the existence of the devil.[3]

Plot

The priest Marcus Cotton, who has performed for years on behalf of the Church to exorcise money, but as he himself does not believe in exorcism, he wants to come with this fraud story straight, as he can shoot his last exorcism. When Cotton is supposed to cure the daughter of a farmer, but his faith is put to the test.

Cast

  • Patrick Fabian as Reverend Cotton Marcus[4]
  • Iris Bahr as Iris[5]
  • Louis Herthum as Louis Sweetzer[6]
  • Ashley Bell as Nell Sweetzer[7]
  • Jamie Alyson Caudle as Satanic Worshiper[8]
  • Tony Bentley as Gerald
  • Shanna Forrestall as Mrs. Cotton Marcus
  • Allen Boudreaux as Satanic Worshiper
  • Caleb Landry Jones as Caleb Sweetzer
  • Denise Lee as Nurse
  • Becky Fly as Becky
  • Logan Craig Reid as Logan
  • Cy Fahrenholtz as Congregation
  • Geraldine Glenn as Church parishioner
  • Cynthia LeBlanc as Church Parishioner
  • Elton LeBlanc as Church Parishioner
  • Christine Standfill as Church Parishioner
  • Sarah J. Thompson as Church goer

Production

Cotton was directed by the German Independent filmmaker Daniel Stamm and produced by Eli Roth.[9] 'Cotton' was shot in the style of 'Blair Witch Project' and 'Rec', it was also shot in 'found footage'.[10]

Release

The film premiered on 25 January 2010 as part of the Sundance Film Festival and is part of the South by Southwest Film Festival 2010. On 12 February 2010 Lionsgate saved the rights for the US Distribution[11] and has set the release of the film on 27 August 2010.[12]

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