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A fresh spin on a classic theme.
A concurrent plot involving Ava's family doesn't land quite as well, as it travels down some more familiar paths, but the twelve-step satire had me grinning like a fiend.
Krause’s deadpan wit, coupled with the inspired scenes at Spirit Possessions Anoymous, make Ava’s Possessions a fun, fresh take on a genre staple.
Jordan Galland confidently perches the film right on the razor’s edge separating absurdist comedy from horror.
The Hollywood Reporter
Galland's film plays more like a cable-ready mystery than a cult film in the making, offering just enough chuckles to stay afloat.
Los Angeles Times
Ava's Possessions is powered by an amusing conceit that configures demonic possession as a metaphor for addiction. But the metaphor alone is not enough to sustain this minor effort, which wears thin over the course of a feature length.
The New York Times
Though at times pleasingly quirky, the story is too slackly written and insipidly photographed to entertain.
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