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The Exorcist: Believer

"Do you believe?"

R 2023-10-04 Horror 1hr 51m

When two girls disappear into the woods and return three days later with no memory of what happened to them, the father of one girl seeks out Chris MacNeil, who's been forever altered by what happened to her daughter fifty years ago.

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When two girls disappear into the woods and return three days later with no memory of what happened to them, the father of one girl seeks out Chris MacNeil, who's been forever altered by what happened to her daughter fifty years ago.

  • Released
    2023-10-04
  • Revenue
    $134,800,000
  • Budget
    $30,000,000
  • Runtime
    1hr 51m
  • Genre
    Horror
  • Status
    Released
  • Language
    English, Latin, Português
  • imdb-logo
    4.8
  • Production
    Universal Pictures, Blumhouse Productions, Morgan Creek, Rough House Pictures

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Cast

Leslie Odom Jr.

Leslie Odom Jr.

Victor Fielding
Lidya Jewett

Lidya Jewett

Angela Fielding
Olivia Marcum

Olivia Marcum

Katherine West
Ann Dowd

Ann Dowd

Nurse Ann Brooks
Jennifer Nettles

Jennifer Nettles

Miranda West
Raphael Sbarge

Raphael Sbarge

Pastor Don Revans
E.J. Bonilla

E.J. Bonilla

Father Maddox
Ellen Burstyn

Ellen Burstyn

Chris MacNeil
Linda Blair

Linda Blair

Regan MacNeil
Tracey Graves

Tracey Graves

Sorenne Fielding
Celeste Oliva

Celeste Oliva

Detective Konik
Antoni Corone

Antoni Corone

Father Phillips
Chloe Traicos

Chloe Traicos

Joda Maxwell
Emily Rachel Gordon

Emily Rachel Gordon

Catholic Choir Member
Linda Boston

Linda Boston

Principal
Nick Benas

Nick Benas

Neighbor
Seth Loven

Seth Loven

Patient
Dylan Probert

Dylan Probert

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Lize Johnston

Lize Johnston

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Reviews for The Exorcist: Believer
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A Review by GenerationofSwine 1

Written by GenerationofSwine on 2023-10-13

Well, they made The Exorcist woke... and oddly Anti-Catholic... and it flopped. Seriously, The Pope's Exorcist was better and EVERYONE kn... read more

Well, they made The Exorcist woke... and oddly Anti-Catholic... and it flopped. Seriously, The Pope's Exorcist was better and EVERYONE knew that was going to flop. I'm going to tell you right now that you should go back and watch the prequel movies because they were better... BOTH of them. You have two little girls, a strong anti-Catholic message, a strong anti-patriarchy message, you know... the usual Hollywood meh messaging (except the Anti-Catholic part, that is a dead horse that hasn't been beaten nearly as much) and, most importantly, the same sequel/reboot/franchise killer that seems to go out of it's way to insult all the fans of the original film... ... and everyone that helped make it. Which, honestly, is also a dead horse that's been beaten too much these days. In fact, insulting the original is sort of a trope these days. People that actually like Terminator: Dark Fate are going to rave about this one... but everyone else is going to roll their eyes because at the end of the day, it has the exact same boring message as everything else. And like everything else with that message, everything else from bookend to bookend takes a backseat to it. Bad dialogue peppered with political lectures. Bad acting (but let's be honest, they had nothing to work with) and in the end even the demon lacked the sardonic and vulgar wit of the first one. But, hey, if you liked Dark Fate and thought The Rise of Skywalker was better than Empire, this movie is for you. But everyone else has seen it before and is tired of it.

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A Review by Geronimo1967 5

Written by Geronimo1967 on 2023-10-19

"Angela" (Lidya Jewett) and her school mate "Katherine" (Olivia O'Neill) go for a walk in the woods one day. They don't come home - and pani... read more

"Angela" (Lidya Jewett) and her school mate "Katherine" (Olivia O'Neill) go for a walk in the woods one day. They don't come home - and panic amongst the parents ensues. Luckily, the girls turn up in a cow-barn a few miles away but have no recollection of just what they had been doing for the three days they had been missing. Anyway, dad "Victor" (Leslie Odom Jr.) soon starts to notice some odd behaviour from his previously reasonable daughter and before we know it, she - and her friend - are showing worrying signs of a possession that resonates all too readily with events some fifty years earlier and that finds him seeking the help of "Chris MacNeil" (Ellen Burstyn) before the girls are Satanic toast. It's ten minutes shy of two hours long this, and that's about ninety minutes too long. The vast majority of this film is taken up by pointless preamble, family establishment scenarios and unfortunately the acting and writing are really lacklustre too. Burstyn only makes sparing appearances and Odom Jr. ought to just stick to singing. The last ten minutes is slightly better than standard Blumhouse fayre that concludes this completely unnecessary sequel with, admittedly, a couple of not so predicable twists, but still - with very little to make the preceding drudge worth watching. This is a poor relation to the original and should have gone straight to a streamer.

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A Review by GenerationofSwine

Well, they made The Exorcist woke... and oddly Anti-Catholic... and it flopped. Seriously, The Pope's Exorcist was better and EVERYONE knew that was going to flop. I'm going to tell you right now that you should go back and watch the pr...

reviewer avatar

A Review by GenerationofSwine 1

Written by GenerationofSwine on 2023-10-13

Well, they made The Exorcist woke... and oddly Anti-Catholic... and it flopped. Seriously, The Pope's Exorcist was better and EVERYONE knew that was going to flop. I'm going to tell you right now ...

read more
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A Review by Geronimo1967 5

Written by Geronimo1967 on 2023-10-19

"Angela" (Lidya Jewett) and her school mate "Katherine" (Olivia O'Neill) go for a walk in the woods one day. They don't come home - and panic amongst the parents ensues. Luckily, the girls turn up in ...

read more