Blu-Ray Review – The Exorcism of Molly Hartley

Can you make a sequel to a film that no one cared about in the first place with a straight face? That’s what I’m curious about in the case of The Exorcism of Molly HartleyThe Haunting of Molly Hartley wasn’t a good film and didn’t set the box office on fire, either. So what on Earth did it do to warrant a sequel?

Merely existing, it seems, as the continuing adventures of Molly Hartley came and went to little fanfare.

Molly (Sarah Lind) is now six years past the events of the first film and a working woman. That all changes when she gets possessed, again, and the film follows the possession tropes to a tee. Everything you’ve ever seen in every terrible possession film occurs; complete with awful special effects to compliment a fairly terrible everything else this is in the running for worst film of the decade.

This is a terrible film that doesn’t have a genuine reason to exist.

A handful of EPK pieces are included and nothing else.

20th Century Fox presents The Exorcism of Molly Hartley. Directed by Steven R. Monroe. Written by Matt Venne. Starring Sarah Lind, Devon Sawa, Gina Holden . Run Time: 96 minutes Not Rated. Released on DVD: 10.20.2015

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