The 16th century exorcism that became political propaganda

In 1565, a teenager named Nicole Aubrey began to suffer horrific physical pain, speak in a gravelly voice, and refuse food. Several priests tried to exorcize her, to no avail. Soon, she became so famous that she was given a daily public exorcism, in front of the massive Laon Cathedral, where her "devil" delivered… » 9/23/13 9:40am 9/23/13 9:40am

Walking Dead creator lands TV show all about exorcism

The brains behind the Walking Dead comic, Robert Kirkman, has nabbed a new development deal with Fox International Channels. Fox isn't releasing a series title or any details other than the fact that this new show will be about the world of exorcism. But knowing Kirkman, we're just going to assume that this series… » 3/04/13 3:30pm 3/04/13 3:30pm

First trailer for The Last Exorcism: Part II picks up right where we…

We seriously enjoyed the horror movie The Last Exorcism. The success of that flick has inspired a seque, but we're not sure how we feel about that. The sequel ditches the found footage format and picks up with Nell right after her last possession. With everyone in her family dead and little memory of the last movie,… » 1/09/13 8:20am 1/09/13 8:20am

A Hong Kong exorcism, complete with laser eyes and Nintendo swords!

It is with great joy that I can report that Sardonicus1313 — the YouTube archiver of such sense-shattering martial arts scenes as the Ninja Vagina Bubble and the decapitated flying head ninjutsu — has now dredged up another deranged cinema moment. Happy Monday, here is your madness. » 11/14/11 7:20am 11/14/11 7:20am

You can hire a teenage girl exorcist franchise to repel the Devil…

Teenage life is filled with nefarious temptations, such as premarital hand-holding, Mad Dog 20/20, and those burgeoning Juggalo communes which have riddled our nation like so many grease-painted termites, spreading their ongoing smear campaign against ferromagnetism. » 8/15/11 12:40pm 8/15/11 12:40pm