He rotates up at ill-timed, though not accurately astonishing, periods and seems to be in cahoots with her medication cabinet, which is troubled. He makes enigmatic, usually stupid, but always sinister statements.
Then there's a dog-like mortal whose head rotate in disturbing manner. And if those usual gadgets of loathing and fear aren't adequately horrifying, be aware of the horde of giant, scurry bugs.
The dybbuk or nasty spirit is somewhat associated with Casey's double brother, who passed away in Utero. Why this depraved mortal remain until she was in the institution to start enticing her is anyone’s guess. The dybbuk journeys from the bug-eyed fellow citizen kid to penetrate other guiltless victims, fluttering from an individual to a certain individual like a diabolical tag of entertainment.
Did director/writer David Goyer really wrote that sentences and not heard its allegations? Or maybe a naughty line from Valkyrie made its means onto a sheet of The Unborn writings.
Gary Oldman played as a rabbi to whom Casey walked off for an exorcism. She requested him to interpret a huge Hebrew tome.