Mehr als ein Jahr nach ihrem spurlosen Verschwinden taucht die kleine Emily (wenig charismatisch: Taylor Pigeon) plötzlich wohlbehalten. Der Exorzismus von Emily Rose (Originaltitel: The Exorcism of Emily Rose) ist ein Thriller mit Mystery-Horror-Elementen aus dem Jahr Regie führte Scott. The Haunting of Emily. (15)IMDb 2,91 Std. 21 Min Emily kehrt zurück nach Hause, nachdem sie über ein Jahr lang als vermisst galt. Als bei der Kleinen.
The Haunting of EmilyDer Exorzismus von Emily Rose (Originaltitel: The Exorcism of Emily Rose) ist ein Thriller mit Mystery-Horror-Elementen aus dem Jahr Regie führte Scott. trangdenonline.com - Kaufen Sie The Haunting of Emily günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. The Haunting of Emily. USA (Delirium). Jetzt ansehen. Horror (81 Min.) Originalsprache: Englisch. Alternativtitel: Delirium. DVD und Blu-ray; Streams; Cast.
Haunting Of Emily Anneliese Michel’s Diagnosis VideoThe Haunting of Emily (2015 mystery)
Plagued by her childhood and nightmares of her murdered family; Ellie anxiously prepares for an unwelcome visitor. Before long her nightmares turn real and those horrors that stalk her mind transform into the reality of everyday life.
Imprisoned by her own actions and haunted by the ghosts of her past, Ellie soon starts to spiral out of control. The waiting is over Ellie finally confronts her fears, her family and the truth.
Another low budget horror film that is completely worthless. Absolutely no energy in this movie about a woman who is haunted by her past. It was impossible to create any suspense and the acting was very poor.
In this type of film it's really important to feel something for the lead characters and instead we're treated to long, boring passages that don't amount to anything.
The director needed to make the start much more involving. Simply not at all scary which is what you want out of a picture like this.
Don't waste your money on this. In fact, don't waste your time on this. Truly awful. Please give us quality scare films. Not stuff like this!
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FULL CAST AND CREW TRIVIA USER REVIEWS IMDbPro MORE LESS. Father Moore Campbell Scott Ethan Thomas Jennifer Carpenter Emily Rose Colm Feore Karl Gunderson Joshua Close Jason Kenneth Welsh Mueller Duncan Fraser Cartwright JR Bourne Ray Mary Beth Hurt Judge Brewster Henry Czerny Briggs Shohreh Aghdashloo Adani Steve Archer Guy in Bar Arlene Belcastro Praying Woman 2 David Berner Edit Storyline When a younger girl called Emily Rose dies, everyone puts blame on the exorcism which was performed on her by Father Moore prior to her death.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Madeline Zima was considered for the role of Emily Rose. Goofs The prosecutor is only partially correct in that humans have two sets of vocal cords they are properly known as vocal "folds".
He calls them "duel sets," consisting of the "superior vocal cords" and the "primary ones. However, they cannot be "activated" in the sense that a muscle can, and would not produce a different "voice.
The prosecutor uses the term "dual voices" as if it means two separate actual voices, as if "voice" was being produced by two distinct sets of vocal folds, which is not possible in humans.
The writers confused it with some individuals' ability to produce two different fundamental frequencies by vibrating each of the true vocal folds at different rates, but the act of forming words is not determined at the vocal fold level, but by resonances created by the positions of the articulators in the vocal tract.
Quotes Father Moore : [ reading Emily's letter ] People say that God is dead, but how can they think that if I show them the Devil?
Crazy Credits Opening statement: This film is based on a true story. Alternate Versions Theatrical version min. Soundtracks Prelude, Op. Was this review helpful to you?
There were answers A very good, spooky tale of a haunting with a difference, and a definite twist. There were answers of a sort, although, I think it left me with more questions; those that will always make me wonder.
The writing flowed well, however, I was surprised about the numerous typos and errors - an editorial sweep is essential. Still a great recommended read.
Jan 15, Elana rated it liked it Shelves: horror. It's easy to dismiss serial horror fiction as a literary equivalent of binge eating.
However, there are three caveats: first, it is better for your figure; second, it is better for your mind; and third, even an indifferently written novel in the genre can have flashes of genuine imagination.
This is the case here. Despite a predictable beginning and flat characters, there is a depiction of the world of the dead which is as strange, uncanny and powerful as almost anything in modern horror.
Unfort It's easy to dismiss serial horror fiction as a literary equivalent of binge eating. Unfortunately you have to plow through long pages of standard "haunting" to get there.
Mar 03, KT rated it it was ok. Interesting concept, poor execution I was extremely interested in the storyline but was vastly disappointed by poor writing littered with typos and British accents that sounded like an insecure American 8th grader writing their first Harry Potter fan fiction.
Has the author ever even met a real breathing year-old? Because Lizzie acted closer to six than twelve.
Disappointing, can't believe I spent money on it. Aug 07, Jessica Mcclaskey rated it liked it. Just editorial mistakes and that sort of thing always takes me out of a story and makes me second guess an author's work.
Oct 24, Emily Crow rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in , kindle-unlimited , england , horror.
An absolute page-turner of a horror novel, this novel combined both the feeling of hanging out with an old friend with the story of a paranormal researcher who became a bitter drunk after his star case turned out to be a hoax and interesting new territory.
I enjoyed this so much I immediately borrowed another title by Ms. Cross through kindle unlimited; hopefully it will be just as good.
Jun 04, C. Wright rated it it was amazing Shelves: kindle. Brilliant story. Very reminiscent of the film Poltergeist from This is exactly the type I book I love to read.
Aug 08, Teena Renken rated it really liked it. A good chilling book I enjoyed reading this book. The characters draw you in, and the story is a good twist on a haunting story.
There were quite a few typos though. Sep 16, Julie Donovan rated it liked it. Fast read Good storyline, not my favorite, but worth the read!
The ending I felt could have been more in depth. Great editing and story. Mar 17, Nancy J Doyle rated it it was amazing. Wow I mean Wow I loved this book it kept me so interested every morning couldn't wait to start reading again to see what happen next I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did Wow I mean Wow I loved this book it kept me so interested every morning couldn't wait to start reading again to see what happen next I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did Mar 28, Rana rated it really liked it.
Riveting The author creates something new for readers to consider. A new way to look at things. Ending was a little bit rushed but, overall a good read.
Apr 08, Shadow Girl rated it really liked it. Jan 21, Helen Lancaster Lancaster rated it really liked it. Great As usual great read by Amy Cross.
I love her books, they are really up my street. This was no exception and the end wasn't what I expected. Good job Amy.
Readers also enjoyed. About Amy Cross. Amy Cross. Amy Cross writes novels and short stories in a number of genres, mainly horror, paranormal and fantasy.
Books include The Farm, Annie's Room, The Island, Eli's Town and Asylum. Books by Amy Cross. I huddled sweat drenched holding my knees. I jumped when the light switch clicked and the lights came on.
The switch clicked as it moved up and down; turning the light off and on. Then finally the lights stayed on. I was too scared to move; but slowly I got up.
There were no signs of a train or the warning gates. I however did not plan to go back to sleep. It took two cups of coffee to get me going after that nightmare.
It felt so real; I had such a bad feeling of doom and destruction. Geezz, get a grip Leigh! Driving to Mr. Pulling around by the buses to park set off a series of panic, fear and disbelief; I was going to throw up.
I opened the door just in time to deposit two cups of coffee and a muffin at Mr. Toms feet. Finally I managed to get out of the car and into the ladies room.
I opened the door and look at the buses. Freckles sat with four flat tires and a black spot beneath the oil pan. Even if I got the tires changed….
See that black spot …. Leave the radio on, take it slow and just be careful! I stood in front of Grumpy; the knot of fear in my stomach cramped tighter.
I got on the bus, took a deep breath and turned the key. The engine started with an evil groan. Is this all my imagination?
I thought as I straightened my shoulders and took control. But I WILL NOT let you control my life…. I WILL NOT let you hurt anyone!
Hear me bus… you have picked the wrong person to mess with! The bus jumped at the chance to move; I gripped the wheel.
You will not win! I repeated over and over in my mind. As I pulled the bus along side Mr. Toms and opened the doors. All he could do was look at me with a squinted eye.
Blue dress, black pigtails? Her name is Emily! I changed my mind. The seat belt constricted and coiled around me like a snake.
At the only traffic light in town I fought the latch and threw the belt aside. I watched everything. I listened. I was ready.
Today I was fully loaded; all sixty-four kids, football equipment, lunch boxes and five science projects. My last stop before the railroad.
The little ones were confused but the older guys took their positions at the back door, middle of the bus and the front door without asking why.
I caught a glimpse of the two boys poised by the back door and the fear in the girl across from me. I put the bus in gear and it danced; almost as if it were carrying its gift to the devil.
I kept thinking. I could see the tracks but we were at least three-hundred yards away. At the yellow warning sign, still one-hundred-fifty feet away, I stopped.
I turned on the inside lights. I saw the older students watching me in the mirror. I waited; the curve in the tracks made it hard to see.
Better safe than sorry. I turned the bus off. Dead silence. Suddenly a figure walking in the middle of the tracks came into sight.
What was she doing? Why is she standing in the middle of the tracks and why is she crying? I stood on the brakes and pulled on the emergency brakes.
I could still feel the bus inching towards the tracks. JUST GET OFF! I reached for his hand; my foot was caught. Fear took over as I pulled and tugged; nothing.
I felt the bone in my foot snap as my foot tore free from between the brake and gas pedals. Like in my nightmare, the warning gate bounced off the nose of the bus.
I was dragged, and then carried to the sound of soft crying. My foot was hurting, my head was pounding as I looked around making sure I saw each scared face.
Still no train horn but the warning bell cried out while the warning arm bounced up and down. I looked around again to make sure all the kids were off safely.
They watched in terror as the warning arm hammered the monstrous bus. The ground rumbled as the bus wrapped its rubber claws around the tracks.
Grumpy sat daring the train to come closer. The evil in the bus grabbed the tracks and held on. The train hit the bus jarring the ground and knocking us against each other.
I watched as a black cloud erupted from the front of the bus. The cloud took shape; a grotesque head with its mouth open and evil screams escaped.
The shape twisted and tried to free itself from the bus. Instantaneously an explosion! Fire engulfed the smoke figure; again it screamed.
We shielded ourselves from the heat of the flame, covered our ears to block out the metal scream of anguish.
Finally, the bus tore from its frame and pieces flew in several directions. I was mesmerized by the battle of fire and smoke. With one last reluctant cry, the smoke curled into the flame becoming one.
The evil that held Grumpy hostage was gone. I was just as scared and confused as the children but calmed their hysterical cries.
I frantically searched for Emily and felt a small child clutched onto my shirt. Where could she be? I wondered. I could hear sirens and voices coming from behind; help had arrived.
Toms stood in awe at the train as it finally came to a stop. Two weeks later the newspapers were still calling our escape a miracle.
The first story said that it was the quick thinking and trained professional bus driver that saved all the lives of the children, but I called and set them straight.
It was the emergency drills and the actions of all the students, especially the older ones that saved all sixty-five lives.
I told them how brave Mark, the boy who saved me, had been as he pulled me from the bus. Thankfully that part stayed out of the newspapers.
Oh, by the way, all the kids got big fat chocolate bars. I pulled at the heavy cast on my broken foot, signed by all the kids and even Mr.
I should be able to drive in a couple of weeks but the cast will be on for at least six more. I laughed to myself as the thought of Mr.