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The Possession Of Michael King

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2014
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83 min
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The Possession Of Michael King, On Demand Movie, Horror

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Plot: Michael King (Shane Johnson of TV's CRIMINAL MINDS) doesn't believe in God or the devil. Following the sudden death of his wife, the atheist documentary filmmaker decides his next film will disprove the existence of the supernatural. Michael allows demonologists to perform their darkest rituals on him knowing that when they fail, he'll have on-camera proof that religion and the paranormal are nothing more than myth. But something does happen. And Michael is progressively consumed by an evil force that will not let go. This breakout possession thriller costars Dale Dickey (TV's TRUE BLOOD) and Julie McNiven (TV's NCIS).
Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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