Lots of Last Exorcism 2 Casting News. Is This the Face of Pure Evil?

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Lots of Last Exorcism 2 Casting News. Is This the Face of Pure EvilAccording to its IMDB page, the full cast has been announced for The Last Exorcism 2. Being that IMDB isn’t what you would call the pillar of truth, take this all with a grain of salt, but there’s one bit of casting news that has caught our eye in particular.

If you remember in the first film, Nell (Ashley Bell) was possessed by a demon named Abalam who spoke through her. Now apparently said demon has a face… actor Colby Boothman-Shepard, pictured right. Will he be in make-up? Is he another possessed soul? We’ll have to wait and see.

Joining Boothman-Shepard and the returning Bell are Louis Herthum, reprising his role as Nell’s father Louis Sweetzer, Spencer Treat Clark, Muse Watson, Andrew Sensenig, Judd Lormand, Julia Garner, Raeden Greer, David Jensen, and Joe Chrest.

Ed Gass-Donnelly is directing, and the film is now in post production and is expected some time in late 2012 or early 2013. Thanks to DC reader Kevin Turner.

“The sequel follows Nell (Ashely Bell), who, six months after the first film’s events, has moved to a halfway house, only to realize that the demon that has ruined her life is still after her! Without giving anything away, the sequel takes an interesting romantic approach that’s spun around Nell’s new boyfriend, Chris (Spencer Treat Clark). A subplot is that Bell is also targeted by a group of rogue reverends who mean to kill her. The twist is said to be something never before seen in an exorcism film.”

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  • JB Demented

    Last Exorcism 1 was weak and overrated. Not one of Your better found footage flicks.