Full Trailer for “Real Documentary” Anneliese: The Exorcist Tapes

The full trailer for The Asylum’s Anneliese: The Exorcist Tapes is here, and in all fairness it looks rather creepy. Total bullshit mind you, but definitely creepy. Could the knock-off kings actually make a decent movie?

As of this writing we’re about a third of the way through the film, and the only actual stuff presented thus far is a famous audio recording from one of the many exorcism sessions poor Anneliese had to endure playing over the film’s opening credits, which consist of a bunch of plain white text on a black screen promising that what we’re about to see is real.

Two of the actors are nothing short of amazingly bad and take you right out of whatever action there is to be had here. The lead actress playing Anneliese is adequate enough but looks nothing like the real girl. The camera work goes from passable for that era to hand-held 1990’s camcorder crap, and if it weren’t for the morbid curiosity to see how far the filmmakers go with the possession effects and the most zany German accents to hit the screen since “Hogan’s Heroes” we’d have shut it off after about five minutes.

We’ll let you know how it all ends up soon. In the interim check out the trailer below.

Want to dig what really happened? Anneliese Michel real details here.

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  • Foywonder

    I expect a full review from you.

    • Cinemascribe

      This is entirely unrelated, but this has been bothering me for some time and I gotta ask: Foy, what in the hell is that thing you have as your avatar? You know that old expression “If I had a dog with a face that ugly, I’d shave it’s ass and teach it to walk backwards?” That’s what it looks like is going on there. Seriously, what’s up with that?

      Oh and on topic, it actually kind of bothers me that The Asylum of all studios made a movie about what is – by all accounts- a genuine tragedy which befell a real human being. Since, apparently, no real human beings have ever participated in the making of a film for the Asylum , this was bound to be substandard at best. The Exorcism of Emily Rose may have switched up the names, but at least it was a decent flick.


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      • Foywonder

        I’m guessing you never saw any episodes of “The Goode Family”? Few people did, actually. Only lasted about half a season. One episode had them running an adopt-a-pet program and one of the animals dropped off was this disgusting, unidentifiable creature named Gutterball. Best episode of a not-so-good series. Gutterball reappeared in a couple episodes and was probably the best character on the show. Here’s a short video of Gutterball being introduced. I think you’ll see why I felt it to be such a perfect avatar.


        • GJW

          Hahahahahaha. I remember this show. I gave it a chance when it first aired. Meaning, I watched about 10 minutes, then turned the channel, and never turned it back LOL.

          I’m not gonna kill you. Your job will be to tell the rest of them that death is coming for them, tonight. Tell them Eric Draven sends his regards.

        • Cinemascribe

          “In sixty years of placing pets I’ve never said this- let’s place it in a sack and throw it in the river.” LMAO!!

          Oddly enough, I DO vaguely remember hearing about this show when it aired, though I never did get around to watching it. Seems to have been produced by the same animators responsible for King of the Hill.

          Yeah,man, awesome choice for an avatar. I get it now.

          Do you wanna party? It’s PARTYTIME.