Asmodexia (2014) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Asmodexia (2014)

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  • Release Date:  2014
  • Genre:  Devil & Demon & Hell, Possession
  • Director:  Marc Carrete
  • Screenwriter:  Marc Carrete, Mike Hostench
  • Cast & Crew: Albert Baró, Marta Belmonte, Pepo Blasco, Roser Bundó, Ramon Canals, Marina Durán, Lina Gorbaneva, Lluís Marco, Patrícia Mendoza, Irene Montalà, Maurice Nash, Clàudia Pons, Mireia Ros, José García Ruiz, Sílvia Sabatéd

Asmodexia (2014)Rating:

  • Eloise = 5 / 10;
  • Raoul = 6 / 10;
  • IMDB = 4.7 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 1.3 / 10

Asmodexia (2014) Synopsis:

Five days before the “resurrection”, an exorcist and his granddaughter travel across Spain to help curing those infected by the evil one.

Asmodexia (2014) Review:

This Spanish movie is everything but your usual possession movie. Instead, it reminded more of apocalyptical movies based upon the bible such as The Prophecy, The Omen or the recent Constantine.

The story is very misleading, going in all direction at the time while never really explaining what is happening. To be honest, the lack of information makes the first half of the movie quite challenging to follow. Only at the very end of the movie do you get to understand what the movie is really about. Thereee are some movies in which such enigmatic built gives strength to the scenario and raises suspense, but here I found that it diminished the interest instead, and made it painful to keep focused.

The pace is fine, but new characters keep pouring in, messing the story more and more as it goes. Thereee are a lot of exorcism but none of them are really impressive. Thankfully, the ending is really good and saves the movie from being mediocre, leaving the audience with a relatively good impression overall.

In conclusion, Asmodexia is an audacious movie with biblical proportions, but one that suffer from low budget and poor story organisation.

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