If you're looking for a movie that's terrifiying and gross, this is definately the one to see.
I decided to post in this thread rather than making another thread about it because I saw no point in making a new thread about it.
It was apparently directed by the same director as the Evil Dead movies. You can tell it has a lot of "evil dead" moments in it.
It was actually really scary, but no where near as scary as it was gross with all the moments of spewing out green slime, and the old woman's mouth going all over the main character's.
But the demon in the story was trully terrifying, and it seemed there was nothing you could do to get rid of it.
Of course, after what the woman did to her cat, well, as a devout cat lover I couldn't pity her after the demon dragged her to hell. Not only that, but killing her poor kitty who did NOTHING didn't do any good at all. The demon even said he didn't want her cat. That poor helpless kitty, he didn't even look like he was past kittenhood yet. I loved how the black cat at the boyfriend's parents hissed at her though. That was golden. The black cat was wise, he knew what happened.
What I wondered throughout the movie was, why didn't she consult a priest or a pastor to deal with this demon? Certainly if I had to deal with a demonic presense, I would be praying and calling out to God and talking with a pastor. A psychic is the last thing I would consult for a problem like that.
But, it was a movie. I guess the moral of the story is, don't tick off or shame an old sickly woman.
This probably seems crazy, crazy, a graveyard theory,
A ghost tried to approach me and got leery.
Ask him a question and he vanished in a second...
~ From a Ghost's Pumpkin Soup (Pumpkin Hill zone theme Song from Sonic Adventure 2) ~