Hollywood: The Last Exorcism Review

Hollywood: The faux-documentary, “cinema verite” camera style is increasingly prevalent in horror flicks these days, and not just because the technique enables budget-conscious genre filmmakers to expend fewer resources on things like locations, lighting, and visual effects. When done convincingly, as in the surprise blockbuster Paranormal Activity, it adds an element of chilling authenticity that can dramatically enhance otherwise weak or derivative material. When done poorly, as in the hokey alien-abduction thriller The Fourth Kind, it comes off as little more than a cheap cinematic trick.

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