Russell Crowe has a devil of a time in the new faith-based horror-chiller The Pope's Exorcist. Crowe plays the real-life Vatican operative Father Gabriele Amorth in this jump-tastic shocker, and it recently screened for Cineworld Unlimited members. Here's what they thought.
Really enjoyed this one tonight, as far as I know this is my first time going to an Unlimited Screening and I’ve been a member almost a year and a half now. Loads of fun and a good horror movie.— Graeme Guthrie (@GUTHRIEGRAEME) April 6, 2023
Enjoyably ridiculous! It's this decade's "Drag Me to Hell"— Aidan Martin (@Aidan_D_Martin) April 6, 2023
It definitely spooked me at times. But every time Russel Crowe says “god” I can’t stop thinking of him as Zeus in Thor Love and Thunder pic.twitter.com/GrRyc4xycq— Finley Fennacs (@FinleyFennacs) April 6, 2023
Well that was a strange film. Tonally all over the place. Is it a teen movie with the soundtrack? Is it a horror with the blood and gore? Is it a buddy movie with the two priests? It’s all of them! Loved it. #ThePopesExorcist @cineworld #UNLIMITED— Karl R. Kroenen (@old_dead_guy) April 6, 2023
The Pope's Exorcist is now on release at Cineworld and if you missed the screening, then we've got another coming right up. Gripping thriller Cairo Conspiracy screens tonight (April 11th), so check out the trailer below.
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