Returning to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate from a horrific car accident, Jessabelle comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return — and has no intention of letting her escape.


Love Horror
By the end, the line between ghost and exposition device has blurred so much, that dead people just start turning up to talk about what’s going on, it’s pretty weird.
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Ginger Nuts of Horror
Sure, it has the look of a TV movie, but the direction is actually very assured and slick, a world away from the over the top, gory histrionic nonsense of the final Saw film (a film I can't even bring myself to watch all the way through...). The effects are used sparingly and look very professional and polished, comparable to a much bigger film.
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Horror Asylum
Jessabelle is an atmospheric chiller that doesn't outstay its welcome, has a twist in the tale and has a bold ending. Apart from the recent It Follows, this is far better and more memorable than most of the mainstream horror efforts I've seen in cinemas in recent years. - Read more at:
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Repulsive reviews
I love the film’s setting of the Louisiana bayou and feel that the introduction of some truly authentic voodoo practices really help make it more entertaining. Unfortunately, the themes of Afro-American religion weren’t enough to make Jessabelle a great film.
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