Outcast has a mixture of identifying environment of horror film and television programs. He indulges in a concert possession with proper seriousness, even a lot of creepy fun points, but there is a set of continuous projection of terror, too. The main character is a man of little faith, and many hardships, which give more modest context instead of the usual exorcism glamor. Firstly, he was able to imagine the horror, or at least to persuade the number of scenes to attract viewers. The atmosphere can be done with a picturesque and enjoyable film, but it actually works as a contrast to some of his creepy sequences confident. Kyle Barnes (Patrick Fugit) is a person who has experienced violence, physical or may be paranormal. It is completely contrary to each other, in spite of his desire to help can be attractive. The plant can operate in different cases for each episode, with the Reverend Anderson (Philip Glenister) as an unusual side impact. Unfortunately, this may be a case of the week but Outcast shtick has a tone much weight production recalls blockbuster horror series, even though the rural environment is not so great.