‘The Devil Inside’ Red-Band Trailer Ups the Scare Factor

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Devil Inside1 The Devil Inside Red Band Trailer Ups the Scare Factor

Today we have the The Devil Inside red-band trailer and it definitely ups the ante. The Devil Inside, directed by William Brent Bell, and released by Paramount Insurge, is the newest movie in the exorcism sub-genre. But Bell, who co-wrote the film as well, has added the twist that there may not just be one demon possessing our victim, but three.

In the new red-band trailer we learn that Isabella Rossi (Fernanda Andrade) is searching for someone to help her understand what happened to her mother 20 years prior. The movie attempts to further update the exorcism genre by adding science into the mix, instead of just sticking with religion. Isabella wants to know if what happened to her mother is in her genes as well. So she enlists the help of two young priests, Ben and Davis, played by Simon Quatermman and Evan Helmuth.

They explain to Isabella that she needs to see a real exorcism in order to understand how serious her request is. Then we are told that the Roman Catholic Church does not allow for the filming of actual exorcisms. We then are taken in to the depths of a building and find a possessed person that the two priests are attempting to exorcise. What happens next are some intense scenes with blood splashing on the camera, screaming, and sounds of bones breaking and tendons popping.

Don’t believe how intense the new red-band trailer is? See for yourself and decide:

We can only assume that Isabella’s mother’s exorcism will be even more intense. To add to the ominousness, all this plays out while ‘Silent Night’ is sung by a boys choir in the background. Super creepy. This new red-band trailer also adds more depth to the story and reveals just how intense the movie and its exorcism scenes will be. All in all, this trailer definitely convinces me that this won’t be the run-of-the-mill exorcism flick. Thankfully.

The Devil Inside opens January 6, 2012

Source: Paramount Insurge

 

 

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  1. that was freaking insane…

  2. Why is it that exorcism can continue to find funding?  If you complain about remakes I don’t know how you can watch these movies. I’d rather take a chance on a 3 star foreign horror flick then most American horror. I tried watching “Hatchet 2″ (didn’t see the first one) and turned it off 10 minutes in when a guy was decapitated while being strangled with his own intestines. I then watched the French “Kidnapped” and was completely satisfied by the twist ending. Sorry for the rant, just wish This genre was taken more seriously by U.S. filmmakers!

    • Acslaterson???

      HATCHET 2? Really… that’s what is called a “B” horror flick movie at best. It’s made to be cheesy and somewhat silly. That’s the point. Like the “Piranha” series. You can’t use a movie like “Hatchet 2″ as your base of comparison for American horror films. That’s ridiculous.

      • Oops, I responded below. Stupid mobile browser.

    • Hey acslaterson,

      By any chance could you give me the name of the french film you are talking about? I tried to search Kidnapped, but Taken keeps coming up for some reason. Whats the exact name?

  3. Why is it that exorcism can continue to find funding?  If you complain about remakes I don’t know how you can watch these movies. I’d rather take a chance on a 3 star foreign horror flick on Netflix then most American horror. I tried watching “Hatchet 2″ (didn’t see the first one) and turned it off 10 minutes in when a guy was decapitated while being strangled with his own intestines. I then watched the French “Kidnapped” and was completely satisfied by the twist ending. Sorry for the rant, just wish this genre was taken more seriously by U.S. filmmakers!

    • I liked Piranaha, what I’m saying is that movies like “La Horde” and “Sint” could be considered B movies over seas and they blow our movies out of the water. The only foreign horror movie I saw this year that I can say I didn’t like was “The Last Circus” (the chick was hot though). The majority of the American B movies are crap though and one of the high production horror movies is an exorcism one every freaking year!

  4. This movie looks beyond creepy…

  5. Yeah, that trailer sold me on seeing this movie. Thanks SR, always like the direct link to trailers you guys put up when discussing an upcoming movie

  6. Creepiest trailer of the year.

  7. Meh, Looks like every exorcism movie ever made. Same tired story from a different angle. Is anything original these days??!??

  8. Looks great but that “connect dots” chant annoys me greatly.

  9. He drowns a baby………. who drowns a baby………..

    • I recommend you never watch “A Serbian Film”, hahaha. :-D

      • ^this

  10. Awesome trailer. I was goin to see it anyway but I did think it was just another exorcism movie but this trailer has me thinking it’ll atleast be better than the most recent ones.

  11. Looks pretty decent but I’ve been burned before with these types of films thank you Emily Rose

  12. Video won’t play now. The one on the site isn’t the red-band version.

  13. Alex – I believe it says “connect the cuts”

    • Ah. I just said that outloud and it’s even more annoying. Try it out, it’s horrible.

      • haha…. kinda creepy tho too you must admit. who thinks of something like that? connect the cuts! ewwww !!

  14. Some sound effects guy cracking walnut shells isn’t scary or intense – it just makes me want a cookie. Trailer showed stupid people doing stupid things no person would ever do. Hey I know, lets have the exorcism in some dank basement and tie up the demon possessed girl with paper towels. Lame.

    How many movies do we need to see where the victim skitters up the wall or down the stairs like a spider? After I pass away – preferably in a horribly gruesome manner in the basement of some old Victorian home – I think I might come back and possess studio execs until they stop giving money to terrible writers and filmmakers to make these lame horror movies.

    • Tell us how you really feel Chips? lol

    • Chip… or instead of waiting until you die, you can use your superior knowledge and skill as a film maker to make your own horror movie that is the greatest of all time!!! :) I know!! You can start now by telling all of us how yours would be so different and excellent.

      However… I agree on the way they tied her up… that was ridiculous.