Bad Exorcist review – raunchy animation around exorcisms is fun

By Romey Norton
Published: July 20, 2022 (Last updated: last month)
Previous ArticleView allNext Article


We follow Bogdan Boner, a self-taught exorcist, causing havoc by fighting demons.  

This review of the Netflix animated series Bad Exorcist does not contain spoilers. 

Netflix has a surprisingly big collection of adult content animation, so if you’re a fan of these types of series then you’ll be happy to know there is a new one available for streaming as of today. Bad Exorcist, also known as The Exorcist Boner, is a series where no demon is safe with the alcohol-loving, self-taught exorcist Bogdan Boner around. He and his weird team, which includes his son and Domino the Demon, are in the business of fighting dark forces. With a satirical take on exorcisms, this series definitely has an interesting concept.

This Polish animated series has two seasons available to watch, with both available on Netflix, but season one has been available in Poland since 2020. Thirteen episodes in season one, lasting roughly twelve minutes each. Short and sweet, making for an easy binge-watch. Blink, and you could miss an episode, literally. 

Dramatic, energetic, crazy stories with a lot of swearing, this series is a lot to handle. Not in a bad way — each episode is packed full of action, rude jokes, and crude visuals, and because they’re so short, you’ve got a lot thrown into a short amount of time. The voice-over acting is great; very funny, distinctive voices. Some are perfectly croaky and creepy, and they really help bring the characters to life. The content is ridiculous.

The animation is similar to South Park, and I couldn’t get that out of my mind, and it made me want to watch South Park, unfortunately. However, the characters are funny, visually, especially the demons they are chasing and fighting. With this specific theme and how it’s used, it’s hard to compare to anything, and it does feel fresh, but imagine you’re watching Bobby from Supernatural meets South Park, but with more swearing and violence, in a quicker time frame. I think that’s my only real criticism, how short the episodes are. I went to make a cup of tea and missed one. Yet, I don’t know if it has the strength to be full 20-30 minute episodes, so these short blasts could be all they can offer.  

While this series didn’t have me laughing out loud, there were segments and situations that had me giggling. This will either be something you love or something you hate, either way, I would say this series is a fun, quick watch, so worth trying. You’ll enjoy it if you like other animation series such as South Park, F is for Family, Brickleberry, and Paradise PD.

What do you think of the Netflix animated series Bad Exorcist? Comment below.

You can watch this series with a subscription to Netflix. 

Netflix, Streaming Service, TV Reviews
Previous ArticleView allNext Article

4 thoughts on “Bad Exorcist review – raunchy animation around exorcisms is fun

  • July 23, 2022 at 10:35 am

    Guys, just don’t meet the creators fanbase. You think Star Wars fans are rabid?
    Exorcist is his… Duck if i know which creation, but the point is he has a literal paramilitary online force that does nothing else than worship him.
    I speak from experience.

  • December 25, 2022 at 12:59 am

    The guy who creates it is amazing. Bartosz Walaszek sensie of humour can be understood by someone who is polish, and have grow up on “Skurcz” movies. Foreign viewers will never feel this show. It looks bad, it is ridiculous and sometimes primitive- but if you don’t sense all this small references to Poland and polish culture you will never like this show.
    In short – everything that is created by Bartosz Walaszczek is a cult in Poland. Quotes from his work are present in everyday culture and used by youth or even by serious journalists in TV.
    If you are not polish – don’t bother watching

  • February 28, 2023 at 3:56 am

    Is there a season 3 if so is it dubbed in English

  • October 15, 2023 at 11:47 pm

    I’m not polish but have grown to like the show a lot, really hope there is more and wish the creator success.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *