Grace: The Possession is from the same producer that brought us Sinister, Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions. The movie was directed by Jeff Chan and the screenplay was written by Jeff Chan and Chris Pare.
Grace is a sheltered 18 year old collage freshman. Her life is ruled by her overbearing, extremely religious grandmother. Suddenly Grace is plagued by hallucinations. An evil entity has possessed her.
The movie stars Alexia Fast (Jack Reacher) who plays the role of Grace. The over bearing grandmother is played by veteran actor Lin Shaye (Insidious). Joel David Moore (Bones) plays the priest who tries to save Grace.
The movie is shot completely from the first person perspective, which was not only unusual but very interesting. I really enjoyed the point of view. The movie was a little slow through the first half, but eventually does pick up speed. If you’re looking for non stop action this movie may not be for you. The plot was unique and not the average possession we’ve seen over and over again. In my opinion the movie was decent. I don’t expect it to have a huge following, but it’s worth watching.
Grace: The Possession is now out on DVD, and is available at most retailers and is on Netflix DVD.