El guión es muy flojo, no he conseguido meterme en la película en ningún momento. nN merece la pena usar tu tiempo en verla.
Something has gotten ahold of Angela (Olivia Dudley) in The Vatican Tapes, but director Mark Neveldine never gives a face to it, sans an early scene where a pair of priests notice the faint outline of a figure superimposed over their troubled patient while sifting through one of the titular recordings. That lack of visible evidence makes The Vatican Tapes unique as a possession narrative, since many similar films often exist as a vessel to bring demonic forces to life. Although the film resembles The Exorcist, especially with an exorcism-focused third act, it's more aligned with Rosemary's Baby in its treatment of female psychosis as a result of the male bravado, embodied by both Angela's boyfriend (John Patrick Amedori) and father (Dougray Scott) as they bicker for her allegiances, still assigning blame to one another as they treat her ailing body.