Jacqueline Byers (left) as Sister Ann and Lisa Palfrey as Sister Euphemia in a still from The Devil’s Light. Photo: Vlad Cioplea/Lionsgate.
Jacqueline Byers (left) as Sister Ann and Lisa Palfrey as Sister Euphemia in a still from The Devil’s Light. Photo: Vlad Cioplea/Lionsgate.

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The Devil’s Light movie review: exorcism horror, with Jacqueline Byers giving a female twist, doesn’t have a hope in hell

  • The Devil’s Light tells the story of a Catholic nun who trains to become the first female exorcist, working in Boston
  • Following in the footsteps of 1973 hit film, The Exorcist, it fails to come close to William Friedkin’s original religious horror story

Jacqueline Byers (left) as Sister Ann and Lisa Palfrey as Sister Euphemia in a still from The Devil’s Light. Photo: Vlad Cioplea/Lionsgate.
Jacqueline Byers (left) as Sister Ann and Lisa Palfrey as Sister Euphemia in a still from The Devil’s Light. Photo: Vlad Cioplea/Lionsgate.
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