Godless The Eastfield Exorcism 2023 Movie Review
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Godless: The Eastfield Exorcism 2023 Movie Review

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Godless: The Eastfield Exorcism 2023 Movie Review

Right from the jump, GODLESS sets a dark and unsettling tone. As the film progresses, the tension and suspense only continue to build, culminating in an unforgettable climax.

One of the standout elements of the film is Georgia Eyers’ performance as Lara. She delivers a stunning and convincing performance that’s both chilling and captivating. Dan Ewing (Love and Monsters) also delivers a solid performance as Ron, the husband determined to save his wife from the demonic presence that he believes has taken hold of her. While his character is not quite as fleshed out as Lara’s, Ewing still manages to convey the desperation and determination of a man on a mission. His chemistry with Eyers is palpable, and their performances together add depth and complexity to their relationship.

Director Nick Kozakis does a great job of building tension and creating a sense of dread throughout the film. His use of lighting, camera angles, and sound design all contribute to the film’s creepy and unsettling atmosphere. Kozakis is a talented director, and it’s clear that he’s one to watch in the future. Alexander Angliss-Wilson’s script is also a highlight of the film. While the story may sound like a familiar one, Wilson adds enough unique elements to keep the audience engaged and on the edge of their seats. The dialogue is sharp and effective, (Though non-Australian audiences may struggle with understanding some words). In terms of its technical elements, the film’s cinematography and sound design are both exceptional. The cinematography is moody and atmospheric, and it perfectly captures the dark and ominous tone of the film. The sound design is also outstanding, with eerie sounds and music that add to the horror elements of the film.

It’s rare to find a horror film that is both genuinely terrifying and well-crafted, but Godless manages to achieve both. This is a film that will stay with you long after the credits have rolled.

Godless: The Eastfield Exorcism 2023 Movie Review