Emma has an argument with her mother because she wants to go to a concert in London with her friends.
She has a convulsion and her family take her to the hospital, but the doctors do not find any physical problem. Her father tries to convince his wife to send Emma to school, instead of homeschooling, but she prefers to keep Emma at home.
Emma is sent to a psycho-analyst, but she asks her friend Rose to record her session of hypnosis.
When Emma listens to the tape, she believes she is possessed by the devil and asks her parents to be submitted to an exorcism with her uncle, Priest Taylor. Her mother is against the ritual and recalls that Chris was responsible for the death of a teenager, in the past in an unsuccessful exorcism.
But when Emma levitates in the kitchen in front of her family, her parents call Chris....
If you could imagine a cross between the Exorcist, and Eastenders, with the now increasingly annoying found footage 'novelty' thrown in, you get this boring mess.
It's a well trodden road when watching this, but the Priest wants to profit from the tapes, so there has to be a twist. Sadly there isn't anything to write home about, and it's as if the film makers haven't a clue either.
The film ends with the girl in hospital, and special guest star Doug 'pinhead' Bradley, sitting by her bed and saying something of no relevance.
It's boring, bar a few good moments from the lead, and it also offers nothing new.