The Devil Inside
is barely a movie -- it certainly isn’t good enough to be released into theaters. Apparently the boom of found-footage films means that junk like this can squeeze itself into release schedules without anyone noticing. Audiences should stay far away after hearing the deluge of negative reactions to it, both critically and from the midnight crowds reportedly booing the film on opening night. This is lazy filmmaking 101, in which the barest motifs of exorcism movies are boringly realized through a frenetic lens controlled by a shaky hand and a zoom-happy trigger finger. One thing is for sure: Since this is one of the first films of 2012, the year...