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“Inspired by real events”
Without God: The Eastfield Exorcism
is a 2023 Australian horror film about a woman named Lara who is tormented, torn between science and faith. Pushed by her husband to be treated by a congregation of fanatics, a ruthless exorcist will try to save his soul by putting an innocent woman through hell…

Directed by Nick Kozakis from a screenplay written by Alexander Angliss-Wilson.


“We […] see how justifying actions through religion helps keep the full force of law at bay. There are deeper criticisms here than those addressed to the main antagonists of the film. Kozakis also makes the wise choice to hold back portrayals of Lara healthy, so that when we finally see what she has the potential to be, the horror hits all the harder. 3 out of 5, Eye for Film

Without God: The Eastfield Exorcism is a tough and sometimes rather brutal watch. The execution of the film does not weaken. This is a film of possession where the demon takes precedence over the relentless violence that men inflict on a young woman who refuses to give up her agency. Meanwhile, even the toughest moments are contrasted with captivating and emotional performances. 7.5 out of 10, Horror Buzz

Impious is cleverly put together, with a large number of ideas; it just would have been a much more satisfying experience if any of these ideas had been fleshed out with much more conviction. The horror moments are too rare and the film’s underlying plot gets lost a bit, which is a shame because it’s truly wonderful and heartbreaking. 3 out of 5, horror DNA

“Australian characteristic Without God: The Eastfield Exorcism (2023) eschews the clichés of films dealing with vomiting and tormenting people possessed by demons in favor of the issue of religious beliefs versus sanity behind the alleged possessions. The result is a captivating film that is ultimately as heartbreaking as it is chilling. horror fuel

“I spent a lot of time wondering if the film itself knew who was right and who was wrong. The film eventually vindicates its claim, but until then you have to trust its doomed and ominous score to pass judgment on who to look for.Nightmare on Film Street


“The film is a group effort of a fantastic cast, solid direction, great script, and a team that came together to create this immersive world. The Unholy attacks not only biblical demons but also our inner demons. Showing the evil that humans naturally have within takes a standard exorcism movie to a different level. New exorcism movies would do good to see what it takes to change the traditional story 3.5 out of 5, Overly Honest Movie Reviews

“It certainly delivers all the stock scenes of this subgenre (the rituals, the battle of wills, the blasphemous resistance to holy postures, the demonic incursions); but at the same time, he tries less to scare us to the pulpit than to open our minds to reason. While always respectful of organized religion, he criticizes its more capricious chapters, dramatizing both the gray area that can exist between blind faith and mindless gullibility, and the damage that belief itself can cause to those who need real help. Projected figures

“For those who want to see levitation, spinning heads, or telekinetic projections, this is not that kind of exorcism. This is grounded in reality, and the seemingly possessed young woman is a woman struggling with a mental illness, and although she sees demons, there is No demons at play, and the terror comes from seeing short-minded fanatics turn off their brains and leave this poor woman to suffer horribly. 4 out of 5, the scariest things


Cast and characters:
Georgia Eyers … Lara Levonde
Dan Ewing…Ron Levonde
Tim Pocock…Daniel James King
Rosie Traynor … Barbara
John Wood … Detective Chambers
Eliza Matengu … Doctor Marisa Walsh
Ella BourneAllie Johnston
Sunny S. Walia … Lance
Carlia Capozza … Officer Kim Jones
Hugh Sexton … Plumber / Sunburnt Man
Alexander Angliss-Wilson … Distressed 1
Suzie Batch … Member of Bible Group 3
Elizabeth Bennett … Member of Church 6
Dylan Bunn … The Kid
Leanne Campbell … Church Member 2
Barbara Davies … Member of Bible Group 1
Andy De Ross … Demon
Vance Dickie … Member of Bible Group 4
Joe Dintini … Police Officer
Madeline Claire French … Olivia

Filming locations :
Hepburn Springs, Victoria, Australia

Filming dates:
November 11, 2021 – December 15, 2021

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