Viral 911 Video & Creepy Poster for 'The Devil Inside' Exorcism Horror
by Alex Billington
October 14, 2011
No Soul is Safe. Paramount is on a roll with the Paranormal Activity low budget horror franchise, and one of the first follow-up horrors to come from their new low budget Insurge Pictures division is The Devil Inside. With Paranormal 3 hitting theaters in a week, they're launching a tease for this film, including an early look at a creepy poster and a viral 911 call that is the root of the story in this film. I've included both below, with a trailer coming Monday. Fernanda Andrade plays Isabella Rossi, a woman who gets involved in a series of unauthorized exorcisms during her mission to Italy to discover what happened to her mother.
Up first is this mysterious "911 Call of Maria Rossi" viral video, just posted on YouTube, containing just the audio of the call regarding Isabella's mother "allegedly murdering" three people during her own exorcism.
Here's the first official teaser poster for William Brent Bell's The Devil Inside, to compliment that first video above and tease horror fans with a bit of what to expect when we do see the trailer next week. Take a look!
Her entire life, Isabella believed her mother had brutally murdered three people because she was clinically insane. After being told the murders occurred during an exorcism she sets out to discover the truth. While documenting her experience with a film crew in Italy, she's involved in a series of unauthorized exorcisms.
The Devil Inside is being directed by William Brent Bell, of the indies Sparkle and Charm and Stay Alive previously. The screenplay is by Bell & Matthew Peterman. The cast includes Bonnie Morgan, Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman, Preston James Hillier, Evan Helmuth, Suzan Crowley and D.T. Carney. The Devil Inside will arrive in theaters starting January 6th very early next year. Anyone interested in this yet?
Reader Feedback - 14 Comments
Ummmm.....yes I am very interested. This 911 call is creepy....
Chris on Oct 14, 2011
I am very, very, very interested in this, and this is the first that I have heard of this film. That teaser gave me chills. I was expecting some kind of jump scare at the end of it but no, it just ended, leaving you with a sense of paranoia, that just makes you want to look over your shoulder. As the dialogue progressed it just got more tense and eery between the monotone voice of the 911 operator and the eerily calm and demonic gravely voice of the caller. As I stated before I am extremely interested in this film, I just hope it does't fall in to the undying monster of the Blair Witch-esque, documentary, jump scare movie. Although, as teaser trailer quality goes, in my honest opinion, that was fantastic.
Nick on Oct 14, 2011
I lol'd at the 911 call. Not creepy. Funny!
Guest007 on Oct 15, 2011
Fuck yo couch!
Hashhangover on Dec 27, 2011
I can't wait for it to come out!! Sadly I have to go see it with my dad;/ why can't it be rate PG-13?,
Kateash Ka on Jan 2, 2012
just finished watching it and i'm super creeped out, and movies are rated R for a reason Kat.
Kairi15 on Jan 4, 2012
Maria Rossi was a real person though not the person portrayed in this movie. Maria Rossi along with another person murdered their elderly next door neighbor lady and then the next morning was found singing, "We killed Edna Phillips" to the tune of "The Wizard of Oz".
Eighth_man318 on Jan 5, 2012
This film was absolutely terrible. I saw this movie last night, along with the rest of the people in the packed theater. At the end of the movie most people laughed and wanted to ask for a refund..
C Ault87 on Jan 6, 2012
Just watched this movie and it was horrible. The camera was jumping around so much, I was ready to throw up! The ending was just as bad, everyone booed. I wanted a refund and I sure everyone else did too.
Tvirga on Jan 6, 2012
you do realize they made it that way 2 seem real it's called cinematograghy, as far as a refund ...buyer beware i guess aye!!
bonghit on Jan 21, 2012
What did you people expect to happen in the end... everyone dies sh*t
Snegurshka on Jan 8, 2012
I just seen this movie and let me tell you if you really know anything about the bible or God then you'd know that it is for real. As far as the end goes,it wasthe end because the people died including the camera man named Michael that was helping the girl, after being possessed WHILE driving!!!!! I mean I guess you'd have to have experienced something like it first hand and let me tell you I have.
Rwatkins25 on Jan 13, 2012
Each to their own, I actually liked the way the movie was done and there was some actual info about exorcisms and exorcists. If your part of the 'pea soup' crowd, then this may not be the movie for you? Perhaps Camel Spiders is more your speed?
SicknessofChoice on May 15, 2012
I was glued to the TV except for restroom breaks (pause) It was interesting to say the least. If all of this really took place why don't we hear more about it here in the US?
GEORGE on May 19, 2012
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