Immaculate – The DVDfever Cinema Review – Sydney Sweeney

Immaculate Immaculate sees Sister Cecilia (Sydney SweeneyMadame Web) rocking up at a new convent to start her term of endurance, this coming after an initial scene that will rather point out why she’s making a boo-boo.

However, she reveals how she almost died as a child under some ice, so feels God saved her for a reason. Well, she’s going to regret coming here, because amongst all the jump scares and weird shit happening, it doesn’t take long to discover every single individual is batshit mental!

And that’s before we get to see all the nutty Nuns in the psych ward!

As luck would have it, Cecilia becomes pregnant ‘without sin’, hence we have the immaculate conception. However, once she realises she’s made a mistake in arriving, and the others figure out that she wants to leave, they don’t take it lightly. So, she’ll be a Nun On The Run! That reminds me of a film from a while back…

Immaculate features some very gross scenes, but every old trope in the book, and pretty much nothing we’ve not seen before. Particularly stupid was…

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Most men are clearly only going to see this so they can catch a glimpse of Sydney Sweeney’s wimple, but it comes to something when this film is even worse than her recent offering of Madame Web!

Still, at least this is only 89 minutes long. And for that, may the Lord make us truly thankful.

Immaculate is in cinemas now, but isn’t yet available to pre-order on Blu-ray or DVD. However, once announced, it will appear on the New DVD Blu-ray 3D and 4K releases UK list.

Immaculate – Official Trailer – Black Bear

Detailed specs:

Running time: 89 minutes
Release date: March 22nd 2024
Studio: Black Bear
Aspect Ratio: 2.00:1
Cinema: Odeon Trafford Centre
Rating: 0/10

Director: Michael Mohan
Producers: David Bernad, Jonathan Davino, Michael Heimler, Teddy Schwarzman, Sydney Sweeney
Screenplay: Andrew Lobel
Music: Will Bates

Sister Cecilia: Sydney Sweeney
Father Sal Tedeschi: Álvaro Morte
Sister Mary: Simona Tabasco
Sister Gwen: Benedetta Porcaroli
Cardinal Franco Merola: Giorgio Colangeli
Mother Superior: Dora Romano
Sister Isabelle: Giulia Heathfield Di Renzi
Doctor Gallo: Giampiero Judica
Sister Francesca: Betti Pedrazzi
Deacon Enzo: Giuseppelo Piccolo
Sister Friede: Cristina Chinaglia
Young Cecilia: Isabel Desantis
Sister Sally: Viviane Florentine Nicolai
Sister Joan: Marisa Regina
Red Veiled Nun: Cinzia Fantauzzi