The Exorcism of Molly Hartley


Action / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 27%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 27%
IMDb Rating 4.6 10 3003


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Devon Sawa as Father John Barrow
Gina Holden as Dr. Laurie Hawthorne
Jon Cor as Daryl
Sarah Lind as Molly Hartley
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806.68 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 36 min
P/S 4 / 15
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23.976 fps
1hr 36 min
P/S 4 / 14

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by quincytheodore 5 / 10

A better haunting than expected, but still trapped in ritual of unholy jump scares and unhygienic demonic vomit.

Molly Hartley is not a well-known name on possession game, it's also a straight to DVD title which might not instill hope for quality. Surprisingly, it has a few nifty gimmicks at play as it tries to conjure different setup than most of its haunted peers. It also, sadly, falls face first with corny scares and unintentionally funny moment just when it needs to deliver the horror.

Story follows not only Molly (Sarah Lind), but also the disgraced Father John (Devon Sawa). After a botched exorcism, mostly due to his part, John is convicted and lost his faith. Meanwhile, Molly displays odd tendency for murder and unworldly pranks. Instead of going Vatican on her, they throw her to jail, which admittedly a rather realistic choice of action.

There are a few different developments that occasionally show glimpse of horror. It creates the right atmosphere, or at least the illusion of such, and with it the movie tries to pull off timely twists. This is already a better effort than some horror films, but unfortunately the execution betrays all the buildup.

The use of jump scares is appalling, almost despicably so. Molly is also keen on spewing her meals unto unsuspecting victims. The effect and make up are not well done, they only manage to be disgusting and not in horrifying way. Perhaps, the worst is amalgamation of shifty production and overacting that makes some of supposed intense moments into awkward parody of itself.

Watching this is like watching devil spawn trying to be full-fledged demon. It almost does horror correctly, but eventually falls down like a kindergarten kid tripping over his bike and puke all over the place. Then again, one can't help but to give some merit or leniency to the effort and buildup.

Reviewed by Travis McCoy 1 / 10

Terrible acting, terrible plot holes, just terrible.

I created an account just to express my dissatisfaction with this sad excuse for cinema. First, the acting is horrendous and in the best attempts it feels forced like watching a bad play at my kids school. Second, this movie has more plot holes than every story assigned to and written by middle-school students worldwide. Third, it's just lazy.

{SPOILERS} The writers made a LOT of assumptions and did no research: 1.) How does a priest find himself in prison after a failed exorcism? Yes someone died, but from an outside perspective there is absolutely nothing he could be charged with that a prosecutor would attempt to bring to trial. 2.) Molly was left unbound after being convicted *(assumed never actually confirmed)as a murderer who is a danger to herself and others. Any actual psychiatric facility would have had the crazy in a straight jacket and padded room immediately. 3.) Why is the only padded room outside of the woman's ward and through the opposite end of the men's ward? 4.) This line "Does my file tell you that my parents were also into the occult?" 5.) And then this line "I'm not insane, Dr. Hawthorne. I'm possessed." 6.) As for the ending well it seems that Matt Venne just got sick of putting this drivel on paper and rushed out the details for a convoluted, nonsensical, plot hole finally. {END SPOILERS}

In a sentence, this lazy sequel borrowed(without research) more than it offered.

Reviewed by FlashCallahan 2 / 10

Molly, you in danger girl........again....

The unholy demon inside the titular character is apparently alive and well.

Six years after graduating high school, and discovering that a secret pact assigned her soul to the devil, Molly is suspected of murdering the only reason why this should be unrated and confined to a mental hospital, where she wreaks supernatural havoc on the staff and patients.

Her only hope is an exorcism by a defrocked priest, who has seen The Exorcist a few times, looking to redeem himself and save Molly's life before her transformation is complete........

In the world of most pointless sequels, this has to be up there with the likes of 8mm 2, and Single White Female 2, but at least this tries to have some sort of connection to the first movie, rather than cashing in on a successful film (but the first wasn't exactly a blockbuster)....

And from the upstart, it's pretty clear that it's film making at its most laziest, ripping off almost every exorcist/satanic cult related movie from Rosemary's Baby, The setting of The third Exorcist, and a blatant rip off of the Finale of original Exorcist, which is just so cheeky, it's deserves an extra star for its own cockiness.

But then it just shows you that the film has nothing new to offer in the plethora of straight to Blu Ray horror films that plague our market every single week of the year for the rest of our lives.

The most notable thing about this film is Devon Sawa, that chap from Final Destination, who now looks like Daniel Craig, but if he was inside out.

He looks so uninvolved in the film, and could win the award for least convincing Exorcist in a movie.

The first one was bad, but it was laughably bad, something you could point at and laugh at its misfortunes.

This however, is a pitiful excuse of a movie, and it angers me that I wasted precious minutes enduring it....

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