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International Trailer: The Last Exorcism Part II

8:30 AM on 02.19.2013

Here's a new UK/international trailer for The Last Exorcism Part II (The Exorcism-ening). There's a bit more to this than the previous trailer for the film. More bone-cracking, for one, and more creepy dark things on the wall. Only thing missing is a plate of Satanically delicious deviled eggs.

Reminder: on Friday, February 22nd we're co-hosting a Last Exorcism Part II party at Public Bar in Washington DC. Starting at 8:00pm and going to 10:00pm, the shindig will feature drink specials, giveaways, and more courtesy of your pals at Flixist, Punch Drunk Critics, Nakid, and Sticky Fingers Bakery.

The Last Exorcism Part II comes out March 15th. The flyer for the Last Exorcism Part II party is in the gallery.

[Via Coming Soon]

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