Hollywood Reporter - 08/20/2010
"Director Daniel Stamm maintains a nice, slowly tightening grip on the chilly atmospherics..."
Los Angeles Times - 08/27/2010
"THE LAST EXORCISM stirs up a caldron of handheld-camera technique, faith-challenged drama and solid acting for a suitably squirmy tale of demonic possession."
USA Today - 08/26/2010
"The buildup to the devilish acts is potent..."
Box Office - 08/26/2010 5 stars out of 5 -- "It's scary fun and packed with comic bits that skate between sad and absurd like the best of reality TV."
Entertainment Weekly - 09/03/2010
"The film shrewdly exploits our voyeurism..." -- Grade: B
A.V. Club - 08/26/2010
"Aided by strong performances from Bell and Fabian, Stamm deftly plays with the boundary of fact and fiction..." -- Grade: B
Rolling Stone - 08/26/2010 3 stars out of 4 -- "Fabian performs way beyond scary-movie duty as the Rev....THE LAST EXORCISM gives you good reason to be very afraid of the dark."
New York Times - 08/27/2010
"[A]n unusually restrained and genuinely eerie little movie....THE LAST EXORCISM is grounded in strong acting and carefully doled out shocks."
Total Film - 08/24/2010
"Stamm delivers chills that seep under the skin, aided by HOSTEL heavyweight producer Eli Roth's input as producer."
Uncut - 01/01/2011 3 stars out of 5 -- "A decade on from THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, this mock doc also takes cues from THE WICKER MAN and ROSEMARY'S BABY..."
Empire - 01/07/2010 4 stars out of 5 -- "This mock-documentary produced by Eli Roth engages instantly thanks to an interestingly conceived lead character and a charismatic performance."
Disillusioned charlatan Reverend Cotton Marcus (Patrick Fabian) comes face to face with pure evil after recruiting a documentary film crew to capture the final exorcism of his career. For years, Reverend Marcus has taken advantage of the faithful and desperate. Now it's time for him to finally come clean. Just as Reverend Marcus prepares to shoot the film that will set the record straight, he receives an urgent letter from a desperate farmer. The devil has taken possession of his beloved daughter Nell (Ashley Bell), and Reverend Marcus is their last hope for salvation. Up to this point it's been all fun and games; now things are about to get serious.