The Exorcist: Believer LIVE (Featuring Tom Devlin, Michael Keene and Gina Mizzoni)

by | Oct 9, 2023 | 0 comments

On the 333rd episode of Piecing It Together, we are LIVE from Art Houz Theaters in Downtown Las Vegas with guests Tom Devlin, Michael Keene and Gina Mizzoni to talk about The Exorcist: Believer. This requel from David Gordon Green possessed us with lots of great puzzle pieces including There’s Something Wrong With The Children, Doctor Sleep, Evil Dead Rise and Problem Child 2.

As always, SPOILER ALERT for The Exorcist: Believer and the movies we discuss!

Written by David Gordon Green, Scott Teems, Danny McBride

Directed by David Gordon Green

Starring Leslie Odom, Jr., Ellen Burstyn, Olivia O’Neill, Lidya Jewett

Universal / Blumhouse

Tom Devlin is a filmmaker and make-up effects artist and owns Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum.

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Gina Mizzoni is a photographer, my wife and mawm to The Pup Pups.

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