- Cast: Ethan Hawke, Vincent D'Onofrio, Clare Foley, James Ransone, Fred Dalton Thompson, Juliet Rylance, Michael Hall D'Addario, Victoria Leigh, Cameron Ocasio, Danielle Kotch, Ethan Haberfield, Blake Mizrahi, Rachel Konstantin, Nicholas King
- Director: Scott Derrickson
- Writers: Scott Derrickson, C. Robert Cargill
- Producers: Jason Blum, Brian Kavanaugh-Jones
- Associate Producers: Jeanette Brills, Bailey Conway, Jessica L. Hall, Rick Osako
- Executive Producer: Charles Layton
- Art Direction: John El Manahi
- Casting: Sheila Jaffe
- Costume Design: Abby O’Sullivan
- D.O.P.: Chriss Norr
- Editor: Frederic Thoraval
- Makeup: Arielle Toelke
- Music: Christopher Young
- Production Design: David Brisbin
- Set Decoration: Sarah Dennis
A true crime novelist struggling to find his next big story discovers a box of home videos showing other families being brutally murdered, but his investigation soon leads him to a supernatural entity that may be placing his own family in harm's way.
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- MPAA Warning: Disturbing violent images and some terror
- Production Companies: Automatik Entertainment, Blumhouse Productions, Possessed Pictures
- Production Schedule: 19 September 2011 - 25 October 2011
2012 Guide Analysis: "Yet another found footage supernatural horror tale, this one ditches the religious elements in favour of a more classic haunted house horror tale - less "The Devil Inside", more "The Amityville Horror". "Paranormal Activity" and "Insidious" producer Jason Blum is handling this sub-$5 million project which Summit Entertainment picked up for distribution and has scheduled for a late Summer bow.
"The Exorcism of Emily Rose" director Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill co-wrote the story which has Ethan Hawke playing a true crime novelist struggling to find his next big story when he comes across a box of home videos showing a family being brutally murdered. His investigations soon lead to a supernatural entity that may be placing his own family in harm's way. Will likely score bad reviews but decent business."