True Story Movies

Saturday, November 28, 2015

The Revenant Based on a True Story

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Fake True Story manipulation to Promote The Devil Inside movie

The biggest true story lie of 2012 was The Devil Inside movie. This movie tricked moviegoers into believing Maria Rossi was a real person. She is not real, she is fictitious. The Devil Inside director and screenwriter tandem who created this garbage depended on lies and deception to attract viewers.

No Maria Rossi murdered three church servants. The Vatican declined to answer questions on their exorcism school with these filmmakers because this movie is poor propaganda to dummify demonic possession and exorcisms. These filmmakers took advantage of this rejection to misrepresent The Vatican in a quote about the Church, "The Vatican does not endorse this film." These filmmakers made this statement appear as if their untrue movie is too scary, too controversial, too real to receive Church support. What a bunch of clowns to bend the truth.

The biggest mistake in The Devil Inside is to violate conventional exorcism movie paradigms. Worse of all, there is no climax and no resolution. A dumb statement to direct people to a terrible website is a ploy to create word-of-mouth. Movie studios will push "Based on a True Story" movies any way they can, even through staging real events and real facts to deceive moviegoers and convince them to hold discussions and search for the truth. This marketing gimmick can be viewed as word-of-mouth manipulation to keep a movie such as The Devil Inside relevant.

This 9-1-1 call is the biggest B.S. ever! No Maria Rossi called the South Hartford, Connecticut emergency line to report three murders. The Devil Inside doesn't deserve to be mentioned in any true story discussions. It is obvious this sh***y movie is fake.

Any real movie fan knows this poorly made movie lacks execution. These filmmakers are obviously lazy in their research, as shown with excluding the demon names of a multi-demonic possessed Maria Rossi to locate the demon names. As a matter of fact, no exorcist can exorcise a demon/s from possessed people without learning the name of the demonic spirit occupying their internal cavity.

Nothing is real about The Devil Inside. End of discussion. This vile trash of a 9-1-1 call should at least include disclaimers to warn people it is a fake. We have never been so appalled at a true story movie than this pile of cow dung passed off as a real possession and real exorcism documentary.

The Devil Inside is the winner for the best fake propaganda to trick moviegoers, and make $101 million worldwide in doing so. Too bad these filmmakers haven't made anything worthwhile after delivering a profitable film to all studios involved in this worthless mess.

No actor connected with The Devil Inside movie benefited from starring in this horrible exorcism movie. A $1 million production budget tells the true story of underpaid actors and crew members contributing to a bad movie with no "career boost" potential.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Exorcism Movies Based on a True Story

Exorcism movies based on a true story are about real possessed people who underwent real exorcisms to exorcise out demons, evil ghosts and even the Devil himself. These types of movies play with the human mind, scaring the living Hell out of most moviegoers. Seeing and hearing possessed people shout out curse words, exhibit clairvoyant powers, levitate, make a physical transformation, and talk in language that hasn't been used in thousands of years, are clues for us to get as far away as possible. Based on previous possession cases, possessed people (host) can transfer this evil into multiple humans. There are no rules in exorcism movies to limit the spread of demonic spirits, the Devil and evil spirits.

Exorcism movies based on a true story attack the mind. As we all know, the mind is a powerful tool which can make things appear that are not really there. True story movies about exorcisms use true ancient demonic possession records to convince moviegoers this pure evil exists. True demonic possessions are possible, sharing primary source accounts to reveal these people witnessed the possessed exhibit otherworldly powers. These possessed people know things only we know. They attack our fears, our secrets, our inner pain. They make us contemplate whether God is real. Our minds make us imagine this evil in the flesh. It is an awful feeling to feel that something/someone is around you.

Based on true story exorcism movies are scarier than any horror movie. The Exorcist continues to lead annual lists of the top horror movie ever made. It is in this movie we see a young innocent girl transform from sweet little girl into an evil monster. Even this young girl's mother refers to her own daughter as "That Thing upstairs isn't my daughter." This movie quote is by far the creepiest reference ever used to describe a person in a movie. Real or not, this is some scary a** sh**.

Real exorcism cases come from ordained priests, who as exorcists, have performed real exorcisms on possessed people. You have a right to reject this evil, but one day you may enter a room with a possessed person and this is when you'll beg God for His protection. Our world can't truthfully explain our existence. They can't explain UFO encounters documented in actual files and witnessed by quite a few people. Why would people reject evil? Exorcism movies based on true stories are manipulated to leave out all the boring details. If we watch true story movies for their reality, then we would bore ourselves to death. Hollywood plot paradigms are littered throughout all movies based on true stories to entertain moviegoers.

Exorcism movies have a psychological impact on moviegoers. This movie material stays with them long after the initial viewing. It is frightening to watch the progression of demonic possession. In The Exorcist, moviegoers watch this little girl (Regan) transform from a perfectly healthy person into an evil demon. For the most part, exorcism movies based on true stories stretch the truth in such a way to make us believe there is indeed evil spirits preying on the next vulnerable soul. Believe it or not, demonic possession cases in which the Church validate as real require an exorcism to rid possessed people of demonic spirits, ghosts and unknown forces.

What are some exorcism movies based on true stories: 

The Exorcist (based on a possessed boy from the late 1940's).


The Exorcism of Emily Rose (Based on a true story of Anneliese Michel).

The Possession (true story of a Jewish box that was sold on eBay and had a negative on all those who possessed it).

Deliver Us From Evil (true story on a NYC detective and his demonic encounters).

The Conjuring (true story of an evil entity; however, no real exorcism was performed in real life and this involved cinematic manipulation to enhance the viewing experience).

The Rite (true story on Priest attending exorcism school and getting possessed).

The Haunting in Connecticut (real story on a ghost possession).

Thursday, February 26, 2015

10 Movies Based on Real People: Biopic Movies

Biopics are epic movies about real people. The best biopics depict important public figures, showing us how these inspirational individuals influenced our way of life, our culture. Movies based on real people are known as biopics, or biographical epics. These types of movies resonate with moviegoers, who watch real people at the movies, and then return back home later to research real facts.

Popular movies based on real people convey good or bad individuals. American Presidents, war heroes, prime ministers, kings and queens, athletes, musicians, tech geniuses, drug lords, gangsters, evil political leaders, serial killers, true crime, World War 2, and The Holocaust are most common biopics. Biopics are educational movies that inform us, teach us about historical people. What significance do these people have on history? Will these biopics reveal real facts about these real people?

We believe the true intention of movies is to escape real life through a fantasy, through an adventure. We look to visit distant worlds, distant galaxies. We watch horror movies to provoke our fears, which is therapeutic for all the wrong reasons. It seems people would rather devote a few hours into watching true stories, spending their hard-earned money to experience real life on the silver screen. Moviegoers are seriously invested into these true story movies on real people, real events.

Biopic movies based on true stories convey real people, real biographical epics (biopics) on their personal journeys. How did these real public figures impact our culture? Watch and see for yourself.

The following movies are 10 popular biographical epics (biopics) that chronicle real true stories on real people:
  • American Sniper (U.S. Navy Seal sniper Chris Kyle)
  • The Social Network (Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg) 
  • Dallas Buyer's Club (Ron Woodroof/HIV/AIDS/Medication)
  • Goodfellas (Henry Hill and mob)
  • Schindler's List (Oskar Schindler and the Holocaust)
  • Marie Antoinette (Marie Antoinette - Queen of France)
  • A Beautiful Mind (John Nash/schizophrenia and brilliance)
  • Lone Survivor (Marcus Luttrell - U.S. Navy Seal)  
  • Lincoln (16th U.S. President Abraham Lincoln)
  • 12 Years a Slave (Solomon Northup and slavery)

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Horror Movies Based On True Stories

Horror movies are always in high demand, especially leading up to Halloween day. Nevertheless, October horror movies perform extremely well and Hollywood studios recognize this trend. Therefore, film studios understand that releasing horror movies in October and/on Friday the 13th can generate higher than expected box office profits.

Another angle to generate box office buzz is to make horror movies based on true stories. The Conjuring movie is a perfect example of a horror movie based on a true story that opened number #1 at the box office with $41.9 million in its opening weekend. This paranormal horror movie went on to earn $137.4 million in total ticket sales on a $20 million shoestring production budget. Moviegoers enjoy watching horror movies based on true stories like The Conjuring.

Based on true story horror movies involve numerous events chronicling serial killings, mass murderers, ghost stories, alien abductions, haunted houses, paranormal and supernatural events, demonic possession/exorcisms, dreams, rape and other real events. Though it is unsettling to watch these horror movies based on true stories, moviegoers realize these real events involve some manipulation to fit the standard Hollywood horror movie mold.

We caution moviegoers to turn away if torture, gruesome killings and/or supernatural entities disturb them. Fictional horror movies are scary enough. However, filmmakers incorporate true story material into horror movies to increase awareness on real events. These chilling encounters make for a really scary moviegoing experience, sending chills up spines and raising arm hairs up.

What are some horror movies based on true stories? The following is a list of true story horror movies:
  • The Conjuring - Movies Based on True Stories: Is The Conjuring Based on a True Story?: The Conjuring movie is based on a true story, though real accounts of this haunting are isolated events between The Warrens' and th...
  • The Amityville Horror (possessed home)
  • The Exorcism of Emily Rose (based on the life of Anneliese Michel) Movies Based on True Stories: Emily Rose Exorcism: The True Story of The Exorcis...: The exorcism of Emily Rose is based on the Anneliese Michel exorcism. The exorcism of Anneliese Michel inspired The Exorcism of Emily Rose w...
  • The Hills Have Eyes (mutants kill and eat their victims)
  • Eaten Alive (serial killer feeding his victims to crocodiles) 
  • The Mothman Prophecies (mysterious mothman warning of future events)
  • Wolf Creek (truck driver torture)
  • The Haunting in Connecticut (haunted)
  • The Girl Next Door (rape and torture)
  • Fire in the Sky (Alien Abduction)
  • The Rite (demonic possession and exorcisms)
  • Monster (female serial killer)
  • The Zodiac Killer (1971) & Zodiac (2007)
  • The Possession (2012) (The Dibbuk Box - evil spirit)
  • Dahmer (2002) (real life serial killer)
  • From Hell (2001) (Based on Jack the Ripper)
  • Audrey Rose (reincarnation) 
  • The Strangers (home invaders)
  • When the Lights Went Out (Poltergeist)
  • Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (real life serial killer by same name)
  • I Spit on Your Grave (rape)
  • The Exorcist (creepy and scariest horror movie of all time)
  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (skinning people - based loosely off of serial killer Ed Gein)
There are quite a few horror movies based on true stories. Watch these true story horror movies with care because many of these are extremely disturbing. Our favorite horror movies are demonic possession/exorcism, which manage to create chills and thrills under extreme distress.

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