Islamic Exorcist Conjures Controversy -First Impressions

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Islamic Exorcist Crosses Cultures with Controversial Supernatural Theme

Islamic Exorcist Film Details DecayMag.com Director, Writer: Faisal Saif Islamic Exorcist

Director: Faisal Saif 

Writer: Faisal Saif

Release Date: 26 May 2017 (USA)

Release Format: Cinemas

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Genre: Horror

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Synopsis:

The lives of an Indian couple are devastated when their adopted daughter becomes possessed by a demonic force. The father shoots the daughter to death, However an investigative journalist doesn’t believe in their story and becomes determine to know the real truth by going much deeper in the couple’s scary past.

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Editor’s Note: The material in this report is a republished, reconstructed composition. In early May 2017 DecayMag release initial report for the upcoming Supernatural Horror film Islamic Exorcism. The author of that article plagiarized content from DecayMag. Therefore, because of this grave transgression, all contributions including the Islamic Exorcist article got expelled from our database.

DecayMag.com Director, Writer: Faisal Saif Islamic Exorcist

Overview:

Documented reports of demonic possession date back through history. Such episodes of the unexplained make for good folklore. Yet, it is no surprise to find the paranormal conflict with science and religious beliefs. Most times, these accounts of demonic possession get dismissed as mental tribulations. This diagnosis may hold true sometimes. Ingesting one too many Horror films can be another hypothesis inflicting millions with erratic supernatural behavior.

Whatever the case may be demonic possession is a topic much debated among scholars, skeptics, and believers. For filmmakers, the topic is a perfect gateway to distribute social commentary and viewpoint.

One film, in particular, is causing a stir in Bollywood. Islamic Exorcism is making its presence felt in Horror cinema for its provocative approach. The film moves in a marketplace where religion is more than a belief, it is a component of everyday life. Faisal Saif served as director and writer and because of his imaginative expression death threats have vexed his security.

DecayMag.com Director, Writer: Faisal Saif Islamic Exorcist

First Impressions

The trailer for Islamic Exorcism is, at its core, basic with CGI effects. Strip away the crude practical effects and the viewer sees only a compelling tale to meet with. Islamic Exorcist delves into religious arenas this writer is unfamiliar with. Yet, this is where the controversy exist. The discontent in Saif’s film does not concentrate on principles alone. There’s also oppositions between science and demonology.

The trailer provides enough visual data for a conclusion on the film. From the footage, Islamic Exorcism may not possess refined effects and the portrayals are frightening. The narrative becomes the selling point for Saif’s film. Any horror production that sparks controversy becomes worthy of a notice. An attractive lure for Western audiences is the way Bollywood interprets the global admiration for Horror.

DecayMag.com Director, Writer: Faisal Saif Islamic Exorcist

 

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