James Harris on Asmodexia
ASMODEXIA follows exorcist Elroy de Palma (Luís Marco) and his teenage granddaughter Alba (Clàudia Pons) as they attempt to rid a series of possessees of the demons inhabiting them, all while members of a cult Elroy once led are stalking him and Alba.
This movie has been shown in different fests in US and it was kind of premiered in Spain at Sitges Festival where it was said to be one of the worst films ever seen in the festival. Not only does it seem to be impossible to be watched here in Spain but also They won’t be willing to distribute it in a country where they are getting the hardest critics and reviews. That’s why I talked to our fav James Harris, who was lucky (maybe) enough to watch it and who reviewed it for his site some days ago. He, as always, was nice enought to share his opinion of it with all of us.
You can also read the Asmodexia’s director interview we did a month ago: Marc Carreté.
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