The clip above is one of my favorite things I've seen all week, and certainly the best thing in the film it comes from -- Wes Craven's 1984 TV movie Invitation to Hell. Invitation is a too-terrible-for-Terrible Hunting, Stepford Wives Go to the Country Club affair that stars a foxy Robert Urich, a devilish Susan Lucci, the kid that played Bastian in The NeverEnding Story, and a pre-shoulder padded Joanna Cassidy (aka Right on Top of That Rose from Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead). But it is Soleil Moon Frye, fresh off the first season of Punky Brewster, who steals the show with her turn as a possessed tot. She dismembers this giant bunny doll she carries around for most of the movie (after the audience has gotten attached to it and everything!), shouts things like, "We don't like nice!" and speaks in a devil voice that has only been altered by her (I guess adding an effect like pitching it down would have cost $5 too much?) so that she sounds like the kid who's obsessed with Pee-Wee Herman in Overboard. I didn't see The Last Exorcism, but I doubt that anything in it was as riveting and Punky's internal dance with the devil in these cheap TV movie lights.