That message centers on Officer Ralph Sarchie, a lapsed Catholic who begins working with Fr. It was pretty gnarly,” Bana says. 'I'm a demonologist, and I'm going head to head with the devil,' Sarchie says in the video.

In the movie, Bana's character Published: 11:48 EDT, 21 April 2014 | … A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. Well timed with the release of the film comes the 15-minute documentary Sarchie, wherein the former sergeant opens up about the unbelievable cases that Derrickson’s latest is based on. _g1.classList.remove('lazyload'); Submitted by SpectreCollector on Mon, 2019-10-21 10:39, “I am a cop, and I would rather kick down doors and arrest ten armed robbers with my bare hands than take on the demonic. A year later, the family was finally at peace.

exorcism videotapes and goes into detail Three years later, his older daughter spotted the demon again near their baby. New York police officer Ralph Sarchie (Eric Bana), who is struggling with personal issues, begins investigating a series of disturbing and inexplicable crimes. “In fact, probably 80 per cent of the stuff that makes you jump in the film is real things as opposed to supernatural things and that’s what makes it kinda cool and a bit more scary.”. former New York City police Sergeant Ralph Bana and his wife Rebecca Gleeson attend a Bulgari event in Sydney in April.Source:News Corp Australia. Switch to the light mode that's kinder on your eyes at day time. describing what she saw that made her shut Most of the cleansing rituals Sarchie assisted in took place in a church. The film is a paranormal thriller produced by Jerry Bruckheimer Films.

So why doesn’t Eric Bana want to talk about it? “The beauty of shooting on location night for night is it’s like sprinting every day you go to work. By day, New York City Police Sgt Ralph Sarchie arrested criminals, by in his off-time the veteran cop was moonlighting as a cross-wielding exorcist.
The people suspected of being possessed were restrained, sometimes with a straightjacket. Joe believed his involvement in the case had caused him to get hit by a truck. A mix of brand new interviews with real footage from the over 20 exorcisms that Ralph Sarchie took part in throughout his career, the short docu-thriller peels back the curtain and offers a peek at true evil, relaying the real story through the eyes of the man who lived to tell it. Ralph and his partner Joe Forrester went to investigate a house that was believed to be haunted that belonged to the Villanova family in Westchester, New York. Rather Bana, who turns 46 next month, is “still tinkering away” at this acting gig, pinching himself whenever the cameras roll. Bana film. demonologist. “Every time someone walks on a set now, it’s not something anyone takes for granted like they used to. We are no longer accepting comments on this article. THE residents of New York borough The Bronx are a welcoming bunch. Telling them they... Emirati minister of tolerance is accused of 'serious sexual assault' by the organiser of the Hay literary... British holidaymaker, 50, is fighting for life in hospital after he was shot in the face in bar in Marbella... Two men are arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman was found dead in a flat in a Bedfordshire village. Tier 2, what Tier 2? In an interview on the radio show Coast to Coast in 2004, Sarchie detailed some of his chilling encounters with poltergeist, like an 8-year-old girl who spoke fluent Latin and a Long Island housewife who made deep guttural sounds.

By Maria Lewis. Throughout the film, Sarchie is haunted by an undisclosed sin from his past, and at one point during his work with Fr.
So to look at that from a different angle was eye-opening, because the only touchpoint for me — as for most people — on the subject of exorcism completely relates back to horror films.”. You're such an inspiration for the ways that I will never, ever choose to be.

var _g1; He would also have fits of speaking in Portuguese and Spanish, languages Michael never learned. The fear of the demon disturbing his daughter forced him to perform an exorcism with holy water and prayers on his residence. Check out the trailer for the documentary below, courtesy of the New York Post, and look for it later this summer. _g1 = document.getElementById('g1-logo-mobile-inverted-source');